The Internet is full of spaces that openly objectify or demonize Filipina women and other minority groups. It’s hard to feel safe when you’re faced with the kind of hate and vitriol that exists and even thrives in some corners of the Internet. Unfortunately, the data collection activities and “privacy” policies of many tech companies are only making things worse.
2016 marks the 30th anniversary of the People Power Revolution. More than a defiant show of unity—markedly, against a totalitarian rule that had time and again proven that it would readily use brute force against any and all dissenters—People Power was a reclaiming of liberties long denied. Essay from GovPh