Public high schools in the Philippines may soon be able to afford an instrumentation system — hardware, software, sensors, and experiment modules — which students can use for their laboratory experiments in various science subjects.
Author: Ike Suarez
The controversial case of five teen-aged girls of St. Theresa’s College (STC) Cebu who uploaded photos of themselves in bikinis in Facebook set the rule on online self-regulation in the Philippines.
The Supreme Court said that “restricting the privacy of one’s posts to ‘Friends Only’ does not guarantee absolute protection from the prying eyes of another user who does not belong to his circle of friends.” A user’s friend could tag it to others not his friends.
“Leap: A Sustainability Fable” is the fourth book authored by Dennis Posadas, an alumnus of the College of Engineering of the University of the Philippines Diliman, who now also has acquired a writing career.
As Filipino netizens increasingly fume over the country?s excruciatingly slow Internet connectivity speeds, one provider has quietly been offering an alternative faster than others in the industry.