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 Fr. Francis Ongkingco
It’s surprising to see every now and then what new trends the Internet can set. Recently, we saw the cute and irresistible wish of children who got 2.6 million Likes on FaceBook when their father, Ryan Cordell, agreed to buy them a puppy if they got 1 million Likes on the social network.
The police here apparently don’t take kindly to criticism, especially when it is posted on Facebook.
By Stephen Norries A. Padilla
“When do we start a revolution?” For Education Secretary Br. Armin A. Luistro, FSC, the answer is now.
A COMEDIC musical based on the social networking site Facebook will be staged on February next year by Cebu-based production outfit Offbeat Concepts.
By Raymund Fernandez
What defines this day and age? Now is a period of freedom. But who can tell this immediately unless they still remember a time when they were un-free? It is now only a memory for older folk. Only they have the advantage of comparison.
Be a friend of Blessed Pedro Calungsod on Facebook.
By Kristine L. Alave
Rains and floods did little to cool the heated debate on the reproductive health (RH) bill.
A Cebu City court dismissed the petition for habeas data filed by the parents of the students who were prohibited by St. Theresa’s College (STC) to join their graduation rites last March 30.
By Niña Calleja
The Marikina City government has warned owners of Internet cafes and computer shops to strictly observe an ordinance prohibiting them from renting out computers to students and minors for social networking or online gaming during school hours.
By Ador Vincent Mayol
BEWARE of who you communicate with in Facebook. Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio “Chito” Tagle said there were fan pages and personal accounts using his name in the popular social networking site without his consent.
By Chito O. Aragon
A woman was arrested for allegedly posting libelous messages against another person on the social networking site Facebook.
An American national complained that he was duped by a woman whom he met in an online social dating website.