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Patients, caregivers find help in online support groups

Online support groups serve as a great help especially to both patients and caregivers, an official says. Dan Hinmon, community director of the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network, said those who are suffering from serious and terminal illnesses find comfort as it helps...

DD builds PH’s largest green hotel in Boracay

Hotel of Asia Inc. (HOA) the hotel arm of DoubleDragon Properties Corp., has moved a step closer for the finalization of its hotel resort in Boracay. The Hotel 101 Resort Boracay is expected to become the largest green hotel to rise in the Philippines. HOA revealed it...

New mobile app for OFWs in Spain to launch this December

There will now be a mobile application that will be made available by the end of this year for Filipinos living in and visiting Spain. According to a report by GMA's Balitanghali, the application, dubbed as "eFILIPINAS" will be the first of its kind in Philippine...

Abu Dhabi warns residents against social media ‘criminals’

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Dec. 04, 19 | 11:03 am

One month to three years in prison. Not to mention, deportation plus fines from Dh100,000 to Dh3 million.

These are the penalties awaiting anyone caught violating making abusive, slanderous comments or even spreading fake news on social media in the UAE.

Abu Dhabi lead prosecutor Amer Al Amira told a group of journalists and judges that they have recorded 512 criminal cases involving social media abuse this past first 10 months of 2019.

This represents almost 70 percent increased from 2018 which had 357 violations for the entire 12 months.

Aside from posting abusive and slanderous comments online, social media crimes include posting fake advertisements and spreading rumors.

“People must be careful about maintaining the expected conduct under the UAE law on social media, as it can have serious consequences on both the offender and those on the receiving end,” he said as quoted by The National.

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Patients, caregivers find help in online support groups

Patients, caregivers find help in online support groups

Online support groups serve as a great help especially to both patients and caregivers, an official says. Dan Hinmon, community director of the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network, said those who are suffering from serious and terminal illnesses find comfort as it helps...

DD builds PH’s largest green hotel in Boracay

DD builds PH’s largest green hotel in Boracay

Hotel of Asia Inc. (HOA) the hotel arm of DoubleDragon Properties Corp., has moved a step closer for the finalization of its hotel resort in Boracay. The Hotel 101 Resort Boracay is expected to become the largest green hotel to rise in the Philippines. HOA revealed it...

New mobile app for OFWs in Spain to launch this December

New mobile app for OFWs in Spain to launch this December

There will now be a mobile application that will be made available by the end of this year for Filipinos living in and visiting Spain. According to a report by GMA's Balitanghali, the application, dubbed as "eFILIPINAS" will be the first of its kind in Philippine...

Bicam Oks proposed 4.1-T budget for 2020

Bicam Oks proposed 4.1-T budget for 2020

The Bicameral conference committee yesterday finalized the report of the proposed Php4.1-trillion budget for 2020. The members of the joint panel signed and approved the proposed 2020 General Appropriations Act during their meeting at Manila Polo Club in Makati City....

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