By Christopher Ryan B. Maboloc
Why do people of good reputation and perceived high level of moral integrity fall into online scandals that involve sexual voyeurism?
By Jose Ma. Montelibano
The Internet and Facebook are quite indispensable to me nowadays. My continuing interest in advocacy work, and the gradual tiring of a senior citizen’s body, force me to resort to working online to constantly reach the people I need to. It is a virtual world that many Filipinos are finding themselves in, and the world [...]
By Ching Jorge
Information today can be taken from various sources—social media, print media, public news broadcasts, thought leaders, friends.
By John Nery
In a column I wrote over a year ago, I teased the country’s two cardinal-electors for asserting, in a news conference they called after they returned from the conclave that elected Pope Francis, that the Holy Spirit did not read social media. It was their good-natured way of expressing just how surprising the turn of events had been: the first resignation of a pope in 600 years, the first pope from the so-called New World, the first pope to be named after Francis of Assisi.
By Conrado de Quiros
Miriam Santiago had an interesting piece of advice to graduates. They didn’t have to wait until they could vote, she said, to be able to remove the scammers from public office.