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BPI IT specialist violated Electronic Commerce Act of 2000 FIRST OF 2 PARTS THE Senate committee on banks, financial institutions and currencies concluded on Wednesday its inquiry into the state of the banking system after alleged computer glitches hampered this month the operations of the Bank of the Philippine Islands…

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A HACKER, known as the “Independence Day” hacker, struck again on June 12 this year and defaced several government websites, as well as a private corporation’s website. The hacker displayed the messages “Operation Independence Day” and “Stop Martial Law Now” on the defaced websites. In a follow-up operation, the National…

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I WAITED anxiously for days to watch the Explorer’s re-airing of the episode featuring “Drugs, Death and Duterte” at the National Geographic Channel. It is hosted by Aasif Mandvi, an Indian-American actor, comedian and writer. The “Drugs, Death, and Duterte” documentary film was presented by National Geographic correspondent Ryan Duffy…

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THE primary purpose of a tollway is to allow for a faster movement of vehicles from one point to another. If the tollway is operated and maintained by a private entity, then fees are collected from the users. Let’s take the case of the Manila-Cavite Expressway (Cavitex), a 14-kilometer expressway…

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EXACTLY a year has passed since the last national and local elections. Many of the losing candidates are rejoicing – not over their defeat – but because they can now be appointed to their chosen government posts. It goes without saying that these losers are allied with the present administration.…

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SENATOR Grace Poe filed on Wednesday Senate Resolution 355, directing the Senate committee on public services to conduct an inquiry, in aid of legislation, on the reported need to examine the newly delivered Dalian trains due to allegations that they would remain unusable until 2018, among other issues. On April…

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I ATTENDED a court hearing last Wednesday on a libel case filed by a private corporation against a private citizen, and the reporter, editor and publisher of a leading newspaper. Let me then discuss the laws on libel, in relation to truth in journalism here in the Philippines. The Revised…

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A QUICK perusal of various online sites, blogs, and the unending social media war between the Dutertards and Yellowtards show that most Filipinos trade barbs and complaints about the government and its officials – but nary offer solutions to these problems. Yes, Filipinos know fully well the common enemies: abuse…

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