The Foundation for Media Alternatives organised a webinar on digital rights in the Philippines, discussing the exacerbation of the digital divide during the lockdown, freedom of expression and the effects of the controversial Anti-Terror Law.
For this year’s Take Back the Tech! campaign, Philippines-based APC member Foundation for Media Alternatives (FMA) brought attention to the problem of online gender-based violence through highlighting local activists, workshops with university students, and a radio show.
In 2016, discussions on security and privacy resurfaced among legislators and the public in the Philippines. Among those taken up were relevant policy proposals, like the establishment of a national identification (ID) system.
The website, created by APC member Foundation for Media Alternatives (FMA), is a repository which maps the aftereffects of President Duterte’s campaign against illegal drugs.
In the Philippines, the use of big data by government and the private sector is also growing steadily. Of course, no technology has ever been developed that does not have its less agreeable side. This report covers big data use, emerging concerns and critical points to keep in mind for the future.
We are currently looking to hire a Project Coordinator to manage a one-year project starting July 2018. Preference shall be given to individuals familiar with information communication and technology (ICT) issues, human rights, and policy work, as well as candidates with a strong background in project management and monitoring and evaluation.
<p>This logo was created for <span class="caps">FMA</span> around 1998 or 1999. There are plans of updating/revising it for <span class="caps">FMA</span>’s 20th year anniversary.</p>