By Riza T. Olchondra
Power and social media outage hit large swaths of the country, with millions of Filipinos losing access to Internet and text messaging services as Typhoon “Glenda” barreled through Luzon on Tuesday and Wednesday, toppling transmission lines.
Americans’ confidence in the news media has tumbled to fresh lows – and it doesn’t much matter whether the source is newspapers, television or the Internet.
By Germelina Lacorte
Gazing at the camera that features her live online, Angel (not her real name) daintily runs her fingers through her hair before letting it fall freely down her shoulders.
China’s state censors on Thursday scrubbed the Internet of references to commemorations of the Tiananmen crackdown including a huge vigil in Hong Kong, extending a campaign of repression that has seen dozens of critics detained.
The Justice on Wheels program of the Supreme Court rolled into the summer capital on May 23 to help declog Baguio courts by resolving up to 147 pending cases.