A lot of marriages in showbiz in 2018

 

By Boy Villasanta

 

Famous celebrity psychic Madam Suzette Arandela stated recently that the local entertainment industry in the Year of the Earth Dog would be an interesting and successful enterprise. “Magiging maganda ang takbo ng local entertainment industry (It will be a good year),” Madam Suzette predicted.

 

“Drama, comedy, fantasy and romance will be the genres mostly patronized by the public,” added Arandela.

 

Local action films, according to her, will still be in the cellar dweller. “Mas tatangkilikin ng mga tao ang mga action movies from Hollywood (Sadly, the Filipino movie going public will still stick to…

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Only 12% of employees are fully aware of their organization’s IT Security Policies

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

Medium to small enterprises have the highest risk of cybersecurity threats since most of their employees are unaware of the IR security of their organization, according to a recent study of consumers conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International.

 

The research found that a tenth (12%) of employed respondents are fully aware of the IT security policies and rules set in the organizations they work for. 

 

This, combined with the fact that half (49%) of employees consider protection from cyberthreats a shared responsibility, presents additional challenges when it comes to…

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Deeper probe on CHED urged with the resignation of Licuanan

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

Rep. Frederick Siao (Iligan, lone district) and vice chair of the committee on tourism, among other committees, urged a deeper probe into the system of the Commission on Higher Education and why it continued to withhold the allowances of K to 12 scholars and teaching staff.

 

In a statement, Siao said he even broached the idea of resigning as an honorable exit to CHED Chairman Patricia Licuanan for her vertigo problems, “but she still took the hardline stance.”

 

Nevertheless, “I thank her for her service to CHED and the Filipino…

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Brillante Ma. Mendoza dislikes being compared to Hitler’s documentarist Leni Reifenstahl

 

By Boy Villasanta

 

Internationally- acclaimed filmmaker Brillante Ma. Mendoza had been tapped by the current administration in the last two television coverage of the State of the Nation Address (SONA) of President Rodrigo Duterte.

 

This assignment had been the subject of reference, parallelism and comparison between two distinct past and present world leaders—Adolf Hitler and Duterte and two film artists from different generations—Mendoza and German director Leni Reifenstahl.

 

Even when Digong was still on the campaign trail in 2016 until his installation to power and his induction into office until the SONAs, he is described by…

Read more: Brillante Ma. Mendoza dislikes being compared to Hitler’s documentarist Leni Reifenstahl

BSP says passengers, crew and cargo in chartered plane to Albay safe

 

By Rose de la Cruz

 

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas said a private jet that it chartered carrying six employees, crew on board and important cargo, are all safe and that it has deferred to the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines and other oversight agencies to look into the incident.

 

The chartered jet plane from Manila, carrying 6 employees of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), made an emergency landing at the Bicol International Airport (BIA) at around 11:30 am on Wednesday, January 10.

 

Marlyn Paje, deputy director of BSP Legazpi, said the plane was…

Read more: BSP says passengers, crew and cargo in chartered plane to Albay safe

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