Facebook.com, the leading social networking in the world, is targetting spam bots, malwares, and black marketers for fake likes on various pages on its site.
Now, have you asked yourself why do people love to have thousands of likes on their pages?
Well, for starters like individual users it's just a simple sense of pride and bragging rights that you are somewhat 'famous' if not 'infamous'. I've heard people who are so proud of having hundreds of facebook likes on their photos, status updates, etc. But come after that, what do they get out of it? Do they earn something aside from the 'bragging rights'? Some of them do earn a little whenever someone clicked on a link they posted on their facebook wall status but that's not really much of a big income.
Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile announced his intent to propose a blogging law in the Philippines.
The senator's intention maybe good but setting blogging policy or defining blogging guidelines will direct us to China's approach. Doing so will redefine the face of the Philippine democracy. This is an ultimate way to kill freedom of speech in our country.
If we have to take a look Artcile III (Bill of Rights) Section 4 it says,
No law shall be passed abridging the freedom of speech, of expression, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and petition the government for redress of grievances.
To all of the lawmakers in the Philippines:
Chinese Warship run aground in Philippine Soil - accident or planned invasion?
Chinese guided-missile frigate with bow No. 560 had run aground off the disputed waters in the West Philippine Sea, an Australian newspaper reported on Friday(PDI news).
This news was later on confirmed by Chinese embassy spokesman Hua Zhang. The Chinese official said that around 7 p.m. of July 11, a frigate of Chinese Navy ran aground accidentally at Half Moon Shoal of Nansha Islands during a routine patrol mission.
It is also reported that China had installed a powerful radar on Subi Reef, an islet 22 kilometers from the Philippine-occupied Kalayaan group of islands in the Spratly archipelago.
China within the last three months blamed the Philippines for major provocative actions. I don't know where the hell in the world this chinese officials saw the bullied Philippines made such actions.
Chinese are becoming delusional. What do they think of this new event? Sending warships in the disputed for reconnaisance is not merely a show of force but a real act of provocation. And how about the illegal Chinese fishermen who literally poached in the local fishing ground of Balabac, Palawan?
In my humble opinion why do we have to provoke China to engage into a war where in fact Philippines don't even have a sophisticated gunship yet?
China why not try to bully stronger nations the way you exactly bully the Philippines? Do it to India, South Korea, or Japan and we will watch you crumble!