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DICT wants students to stop using social media for class project and homework

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Jun. 07, 19 | 5:14 pm

The Department of Information and Communications Technology urges schools to refrain from using social media for home works and school projects.

The DICT said it will issue a memorandum circular asking schools to cease from using social media.

“One of the salient points of the circular that we are working on, because the DICT also has the mandate on the DepEd (Department of Education) on matters regarding cybersecurity, is for academic institutions to cease using social media,” the DICT said.

The department has received a number of reports from parents complaining that some teachers are creating Facebook groups with students and posts their assignments in the group chat.

The DICT said if schools or teachers would use social media it should be through a proper platform like emails.

The department said it is hoping to come up with the circular within the year. Consultations will take place soon.

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Vlogger, driver trade accusations on Raffy Tulfo’s program

Vlogger, driver trade accusations on Raffy Tulfo’s program

Vlogger Keith Talens and his former driver Filemon ‘Mang Jun’ Koh engaged in a word war on Raffy Tulfo’s radio program ‘Wanted sa Radyo.’ The issue stemmed from a viral video where Mang Jun was seen punching a security guard in the subdivision where Talens’ reside....

Comedian helps raise fund for bullied kid with dwarfism

Comedian helps raise fund for bullied kid with dwarfism

A comedian raised fund to send a nine-year-old boy who was bullied over his dwarfism to Disneyland. Brad Williams, who also has dwarfism, saw the video of the kid and decided to help him. I’ve set up a GoFundMe to send brave Quaden and his mother to Disneyland. Let’s...

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