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Philippine authorities are staging an online exhibition of jewellery owned by late dictator Ferdinand Marcos and his family to try to educate a new generation about the corruption of that era.
In February 2013, the Philippines was up against a deadline to amend its Anti-Money Laundering Act and get itself off the 'grey list' of a global watchdog, and lawmakers were bickering over whether to include casinos under the legislation.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen denied buying fake ‘likes’ for a Facebook page, as the country’s rival politicians increasingly battle for social media acclaim.
Uganda’s government has proposed a bill to tighten controls over social media, a minister said, weeks after an enforced election day shutdown triggered widespread criticism.
Thousands of posts, apparently from China, have flooded the Facebook page of Taiwan president-elect Tsai Ing-wen, demanding her self-ruled island be brought under Chinese control, though her party brushed it off and said they respected their views.
Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi, who was forced to spend years of solitude under house arrest, has hit out at young people “wasting time” on computer games and social networking.
An independent computer security researcher uncovered a database of information on 191 million voters that is exposed on the open Internet due to an incorrectly configured database, he said.
Mobile will account for 87% of all the new ad dollars in the global ad market in the period to 2018, ZenithOptimedia said.