Blood Stained Singapore, a Singapore-based blog hosted by Blogger, has been removed by Google on Wednesday, June 18 for having allegedly violated its content policy. The blog is said to have posted a hate-filled content pointing out Filipinos living in Singapore.
Google explains why the blog was removed reiterating that “bloggers should not cross the line by publishing hate speech … content that promotes hate or violence towards groups based on race, ethnicity, religion, disability, gender, age, veteran status or sexual orientation/gender identity”.
The blog’s removal was made a day after the Philippine Embassy in Singapore posted a statement on its website that it had [...]
Starting February 4, 2014, application for NBI Clearance can be made online, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced recently. Applicants will no longer have to fall in line and wait for a long queue rather they can simply fill out the complete application form over the internet.
How to file NBI Clearance Online?
DOJ’s press release states that the complete NBI Clearance application form is going to be accessible at www.doj.gov.ph/nbi or www.nbi.gov.ph starting the said date. After filling out the online application form, applicants will be directed to proceed to the nearest NBI sites nationwide for payment and biometric enrollment. Release of the said [...]
Along with the launch of data.gov.ph, a website that consolidates the data from different government agencies and makes it available in formats meant for easy downloading and use, the government has also launched the cashless, checkless system for government agencies.
The Cashless Purchase Program (CPC) will enable the government to initiate cashless transactions in its bid to eliminate corruption in the bureaucracy. It was introduced during the Good Governance Summit at the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC). The Philippine President graced the program launch.
“The presence of large sums of cash in offices can pose a temptation to even the most honest [...]
Nielsen Study: Online Shopping. Filipinos are taking over the online shopping scene in Asia! According to an online consumption study conducted by Nielsen, Filipinos are among Asia-Pacific’s most active online shoppers.
That’s not all there is to know about online shopping in the Philippines. Filipinos are reportedly the most savvy at filling up their virtual shopping carts, as 72% of Filipinos use the Internet for product research – bagging the title of being the most active bargain-seekers in Asia, what with the exponentially increasing Internet penetration in the country.