Government Sets Dialogue To Address Concerns In Some Provisions Of The Cybercrime Law

The prompt response from the Philippine government to address concerns on the implementation of the law and whether there is a need to amend some provisions in the Cybercrime Prevention Act has to be commended.

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Prior To Polls, Public Approval Rating Consensus Matters For Russian Leaders

One factor in Vladimir V. Putin’s selection as president was a survey that showed that Russians’ most admired figures were fictional tough guys, said Igor V. Zadorin, who headed the Kremlin’s in house sociology department.

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Spanish Protesters Want A Democracy That Works

Tens of thousands of Spanish protesters are camping out at the Puerta del Sol square in Madrid and directly challenging the government’s initiated ban against them.

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A Wake Up Call For The Philippines In Its Fight Against Corruption

Of all the Transparency International (TI) watchdog indices, The Corruption Perception Index (CPI) seems to be the most controversial after some quarters questioned its validity, arguing that it should be evidenced based.

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