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Sen. Aquino invites public for Senate Hearing on Slow, Expensive Internet

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: August 16, 2015

Last week, Sen. Bam Aquino called out on the NTC to explain the delay of the memorandum for internet standards in the Philippines. Another Senate Hearing regarding the "Slow and Expensive Internet" in the Philippines is scheduled on August 18, 2015 at the Senate of the Philippines and the public is invited to attend the sessions. The call to investigate the state of internet in the Philippines started out around April of 2014 when Sen. Aquino voice out his concerns. Several other legislators have voiced out similar complaints. Interested parties or individuals may contact the office of Sen. Aquino (@bamaquino)…

ISDB-T gets official nod from President Aquino

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: October 11, 2013

During a conversation with Shinzo Abe, the current Prime Minister of Japan, President Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino III mentioned that our country will soon be migrating to ISDB-T (Integrated Service Digital Broadcasting – Terrestrial) signal from the current analog setup. According to President Aquino, the determining factor that finally swayed him to give the go signal was the reliability of ISDB-T even during calamities such as the Fukushima incident in Japan. Before the decision was made, NTC has already zeroed in on two possible candidates; the ISDB-T and Digital Video Broadcasting – Terrestrial 2 (DVB-T2) from Europe. Based on their research,…

Sen. Bam Aquino wants explanation from NTC on delayed Internet standards

Relevance: 86%      Posted on: August 12, 2015

Because of the investigation that Senator Bam Aquino had conducted late last year regarding the sluggish and unreliable Internet in the Philippines, the National Telecommunications Commission has promised to come up with a memorandum circular that unfortunately still hasn't been delivered until now and the senator wants to know why. The NTC agreed to set the standards (like minimum speeds for broadband and DSL) on Internet quality services for the Philippines -- which was back in the beginning of 2015. The senator mentions that their budget for next year "depends heavily" on their report. “Six months have passed since the NTC committed to…

Sen. Bam Aquino calls for investigation of slow internet in the Philippines

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: April 22, 2014

Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aguirre Aquino IV expressed his dismay at the current state/cost of internet connection in the country on his official Facebook account and vowed that he will conduct further investigations to know why the Philippines is lagging behind other neighboring countries. In response to the report published by ASEAN DNA, the 36-year old senator didn’t mince his words regarding the matter and even went as far as demanding NTC (National Telecommunications Commission) to provide a clear explanation as to why the internet connection in the country is more costly, yet comparatively slower, than in other parts of…

Pres. Aquino signs law that bans children from riding motorcycles

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: August 6, 2015

In an attempt to cut down injuries on road incidents, President Aquino signs a new law that prohibits small children from riding motorcycles. More details after the break. The Republic Act 10666 basically prohibits anyone to drive a motorcycle with a child as a passenger on busy streets. According to the report made by Manila Bulletin, only children that could reach the foot rest comfortably and are able to wrap around and grasp the waist of the driver could ride along in a motorcycle, in addition to wearing a safety helmet. But, in certain emergency conditions where the child seeks immediate…

Noynoy Aquino’s appeal to the Bloggers

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: March 29, 2007

This email was sent to me by Noynoy Aquino's Media Bureau. It's a letter of appeal to the Filipino Blogosphere: Dear Bloggers, Our people's participation in the country's democratic system of government will again be put to test when the electorate cast their votes on May 14 to choose from among the candidates aspiring to lead this country. I am writing you today in recognition of the growing significance of the blogging industry in the flow of information, especially during this political season. The blogosphere has become an extension of our democratic space where we express an opinion. Bloggers are…

YugaTech-AirAsia Miri Getaway Winners

Relevance: 39%      Posted on: December 20, 2013

As the whole YugaTech team is heading to Macau today for our annual Christmas Party, we'd also like to announce the winners of our Air Asia ticket giveaways. Check the results below if you're one of the lucky ones. Our top 3 choices: Jason Yeoh James Aquino Sadjz Sumague Our 2 random choices: @adaflatlines Raine Espiritu Aquino Congratulations to all! Please contact @markclutario for details on how we can set your flight bookings. Thanks to Air Asia for the free tickets!

Phil. Gov’t pressures Facebook over Fans?

Relevance: 36%      Posted on: November 15, 2010

There was a story in the Guardian UK that claims the Philippine's is becoming like China in web censorship and I agreed to do an interview for an article as a rebuttal saying that the Philippines is among the most liberal in terms of general internet activity and social media and that there has been no cases of the government using its power & influence to pressure sites like YouTube, Facebook and the likes to its advantage. Not until this month when the original FB Fan Page of Pres. Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino (facebook.com/noynoy.aquino) was shut down by Facebook, allegedly under…

The government has a brilliant idea to reduce traffic by half…

Relevance: 34%      Posted on: August 28, 2015

It is obvious that the current Number Coding Scheme by the MMDA is no longer working as heavy traffic has become a daily routine for millions of commuters in Metro Manila. A number of solutions have been implemented by MMDA to remedy the incessant problems -- MRT Bus, Zipper Line, MRT Beeps Cards, exclusive roads for trucks, as well as expanding the Number Coding Scheme. All that has not been very effective or almost insignificant if at all. The latest idea, suggested by no other than Pres. Aquino, is to implement the Odd-Even Scheme. Ang akin po: Ang pinakaradikal dito…

Why telcos should state minimum Internet speed on ads

Relevance: 31%      Posted on: June 11, 2014

We’re all so tired of telecommunication companies claiming that the Internet speed they provide can go “up to 5 Mbps" or "up to 10 Mbps” but in fact, that “up to” refers only to the wee hours of the night and not in the morning when most of us need it most. Couldn’t telcos just declare the normal speed they offer so no one gets confused and mislead? That’s exactly what Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino is working on regarding the slow and expensive Internet connection in the Philippines. “We are pushing changes in advertising. It would be good for…