Quantcast
Home » Change.org You are browsing entries tagged with “Change.org”

Netizens petition for faster Internet

Screengrab from Change.org

Fuming over your slow Internet connection like many Filipinos? Fortunately, even your slow connection can let you access an online petition calling for faster and reliable Internet in the country.

Posted: June 4th, 2014 in Featured Gallery,Internet,Latest Technology Stories,Photos & Videos | Read More »

Veterans, netizens call on PVAO: Answer the phone

Screengrab from change.org

An online appeal asking for “dedicated personnel” to answer the hotline of the military’s veteran affairs has so far reached over 2,000 signatures.

Posted: June 3rd, 2014 in Headlines,Latest Technology Stories,Social Media | Read More »

Victims of Cebu sea disaster make online demand for cancellation of PSACC franchise

change.org

“We are sick and tired of seeing [body] bags,” is the cry of over 2,000 petitioners to the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) as they demanded the cancellation of the franchise of Sulpicio Lines, now operating under the name Philippine Span Asia Carrier Corp. (PSACC).

Posted: September 7th, 2013 in Headlines,Latest Technology Stories,Social Media | Read More »

Bishop starts online petition vs mining project

Manila Auxiliary Bishop Broderick Pabillo.  INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

A Catholic bishop has initiated an online petition urging President Benigno Aquino III to cancel permits allowing a mining company to operate the country’s largest copper and gold mining project in Tampakan town, South Cotabato province.

Posted: August 10th, 2013 in Headlines,Latest Technology Stories | Read More »

Change.org makes a difference in Zamboanga

change .org

Change.org founder Ben Rattray was struck by one particular petition that appeared on the popular petition website—the one about a collapsed wall beside a school in a remote Zamboanga del Sur town that posed an absolute danger to the pupils.

Posted: December 31st, 2012 in Internet,Latest Technology Stories | Read More »

Advertisement

News

  • Canadian soldier, gunman dead in parliament attack
  • Rollback in minimum jeepney fare sought
  • Did you know: Museo-Biblioteca de Filipinas
  • Aquino: I’m willing to go to jail…
  • ‘Gone Girl’ shows up with bombshell
  • Sports

  • Lions complete ‘5-peat’
  • Bolts need 2 OTs to thwart Energy
  • S’woods eyes 4th straight crown
  • Army, Cagayan renew Shakey’s V-L rivalry
  • Balasabas up by 5 in Canlubang
  • Lifestyle

  • Argentine resto a good find–no need to compare to La Cabrera
  • Meatless but appetizing comfort food at Holiday Inn Makati
  • Green onion pancake with sweet-spicy soy sauce
  • Seared black cod fillet ála Niçoise, lamb loin with salsa verde–airline food can be exciting
  • Delicious chunks of crab meat–in a tin can
  • Entertainment

  • Doors that ‘Saigon’ opened for Rachelle
  • A thoroughly Asian fest for the region and beyond
  • Celebrity birthday celebrants
  • Guaranteed feasts for the eyes
  • Keeping viewers interested, involved for the long term
  • Business

  • ‘Sin’ tax take exceeds target
  • Higher investment floor for new gaming investors eyed
  • PH growth seen to maintain momentum
  • In bidding out Calax anew, Palace runs risk of being snubbed
  • Gov’t abolishes 7 more dormant state enterprises
  • Technology

  • CMO Mobile Summit 2014: Dig deeper into the future of marketing
  • Review: Better cameras, less glare in iPad Air 2
  • Smartphone sales surging, research firm says
  • Asians get paid less in Silicon Valley tech jobs
  • Presenting data like a pro
  • Opinion

  • Editorial Cartoon, October 23, 2014
  • Truck ban
  • To have peace, there must be justice
  • Double entendre
  • Binay’s politics
  • Global Nation

  • ‘Pemberton thought we were real women’
  • Aquino: Pemberton getting special negative treatment
  • Other kidnap victims fear higher Sayyaf ransom demand
  • European Union, FAO continue rehab efforts to Yolanda victims
  • Lonely Planet: PH one of best places for ‘extreme eating’
  • Marketplace
    Advertisement