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SC upholds conviction of online child pornographer

Sending a strong message that child pornography, among other forms of sexual exploitation and abuse, presents an acute danger worldwide if facilitated through the...

9 PH rural banks get $655,000 ADB grants for digital transformation

Nine rural banks and a bank consortium have secured grants worth $655,000 from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) for the implementation of digital transformation solutions aimed at catalyzing financial inclusion.

Poe pushes law against online financial scams

Sen. Grace Poe on Thustressed the need to put in place tighter measures to curb financial fraud and protect the Filipinos hard-earned money as more shift to online banking and digital payments.

Study: Marketers in Asia Pacific cite need for measuring digital media quality

According to a study by DoubleVerify, there is a huge appetite for social media across the region, with 60% of the world’s social media users coming from Asia Pacific.

IPOPHL reports record-high copyright registration in 2023

Data from IPOPHL show that copyright registrations totaled 6,522, a 76% increase from the 3,706 registrations in 2022.

Bitcoin reaches record high at nearly $50,000

Bitcoin (BTC) hit its highest level for the first time since December 2021 as the cryptocurrency’s value surged to $48,750 on Feb. 12.

SEC issues advisory against firm asking public to do online tasks

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has released a public advisory against online entity Tonik-Shop for enticing the public to invest their money with a promise of high monetary rewards or profits.

PH gov’t hopes digital transformation will halt widespread corruption

The Philippines ranked 115th among 180 countries in the 2023 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) of global anti-graft watchdog Transparency International, improving from its 116th ranking in 2022.

NEDA calls for early passage of Open Access in Data Transmission bill

NEDA said the bill promotes more competition in the telecommunications sector by removing the requirement of a legislative franchise for players seeking to build their networks.

Google rebrands its AI tool Bard into Gemini

With the field of artificial intelligence (AI) now becoming a major battleground among tech companies, Internet giant Google revealed on Thursday, Feb. 8, that Bard, its AI solution, will now become known as Gemini.

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