Gender & ICT

Joint Statement on Facebook’s Internal Guideline for Content Moderation

The Foundation for Media Alternatives (FMA) is one of the signatories of a joint statement on Facebook’s Internal Guideline for Content Moderation, and its impact on women and gender violence. This statement is borne out of the UK-based Guardian publication releasing in late May 2017 “The Facebook Files“, leaked internal documents Read more…

Gender & ICT

Women’s Rights Online: Digital Gender Gap Audit Officially Released

  On September 12, 2016, World Wide Web Foundation officially announced and released the report cards that assess progress on closing the digital gender divide in ten countries:Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Egypt, Nigeria, Uganda, Colombia, India, Indonesia, and the Philippines. The Gender Program of Foundation for Media Alternatives led the Philippine process. The Read more…

By Christina Lopez, ago
Internet Governance & Policy

Behind & Beyond the Numbers of the PLDT / Globe Buyout of SMC Telecom Assets

Quezon City – The Internet Society and the Foundation for Media Alternatives jointly organized a forum on the Globe-PLDT acquisition of SMC telecommunication assets, hosted by the Ateneo School of Government on 01 August 2016 at Hurtado Hall, Social Development Complex, Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City. [PRESS RELEASE] Public Read more…

By Christina Lopez, ago
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