Eight days after being sexually assaulted by friends while passed out at a party, and then humiliated by online photos, 15-year-old Audrie Pott posted on Facebook that her life was ruined, “worst day ever,” and hanged herself, the family’s lawyer said.
By Dona Z. Pazzibugan
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) will launch an online dengue alert before the start of the rainy season when cases of the deadly mosquito-borne hemorrhagic fever peak.
By Matikas Santos
A billboard advertisement that greeted Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista on his birthday made it into an online list of weirdest political ads by an internet publication.
By Rob Lever
The British are coming, not by land or by sea, but on the Internet. British media have been making inroads in the US market by invading online space, seizing readers who might otherwise visit websites of domestic outlets like Fox News or The New York Times .
By Chito O. Aragon
The Viagra you’re buying through the Internet may be fake – and it could be coming from agents selling them in Cebu.
One of Fairfax Media’s largest shareholders warned Wednesday that the Australian firm’s flagship titles faced closure without a major turnaround, describing them as “worth less than nothing”.
By Aileen Garcia-Yap
The Cebu Gift, Toys and Housewares (GTH) Foundation Inc. aims to launch an online shopping center for Tindahang Pinoy within the year.
By Aileen Garcia-Yap
A Japanese English language learning center based in Cebu will hire this year at least 2,000 more Filipino teachers to address the online demand for Japanese students who want to learn to speak English as a second language.
By Julie M. Aurelio
Students who think their rights are being trampled upon can now file a complaint online with the launching of the Students’ Rights And Welfare (STRAW) Desk.
Cebu Daily News reporter Ador Mayol yesterday won first place in the first ever Justice Award for his reporting on the rescue of children in Cordova town who were victims of online pornography in their own home.
By Philip C. Tubeza
The bully pulpit is no longer enough. In the Internet age, the Catholic Church must adapt and become tech-savvy so it can hold its own amid competing voices in the information highway, a Church leader said Tuesday.
Law students of the University of Cebu-Banilad campus are bringing the information campaign about government red tape, elections, and child protection online with the recent launching of three web sites dedicated to tackle these issues.
By Paolo G. Montecillo
Many aspects of everyday life now involve the Internet. Google is our wisest uncle, Wikipedia is our smartest teacher, Amazon is our favorite shopping mall, YouTube is our highest-rating television channel, and Facebook is our best friend. The possibilities of the Internet are endless. Unfortunately, this swings both ways. While the Web is usually used [...]