Sunday, June 05, 2011

NetActive 5 June 2011

Latest BUZZZ ::: the always controversial Lady Gaga is rumoured to appear as closing act at Europride next Saturday (June 11th). There has been no official announcement, but artistic director of the facebook page EuroPride hints that the rumours may possibly be true. The official word is expected soon via press release by Gaga's record label.

(Translated from Italian news articles:) Lady Gaga has always been sensitive to issues of LGBT rights and has declared herself bisexual.Involved for some time to abolish the "Do not Ask Do not Tell" and the American campaign against homophobic bullying in schools, according to the website gay.it "must not remain indifferent when the Organising Committee explained the recent rejection of the law against homophobia and homophobic tones have done this last election campaign. A more expended for the presence of the pop star most Popular right now would be the Organizing Committee EuroPride, and even the National Arcigay ambiasciata American in Rome, which had a role in negotiating anything but minor. "

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Philippines: Netizens follow Telecom merger deal issue

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Netizens in the Philippines are closely following the developments of a merger deal between two of the country’s largest telecommunications companies. Some are worried that the merger would be bad for consumers. Here's the gist: The Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) announced last March that it has bought off the Digital Telecommunications with P74.1 billion (US$1.7 billion).

If approved by government regulators, there would be two mobile carriers in the country left with PLDT’s Smart, Talk N’Text, Red Mobile and Digitel’s Sun controlling 70 percent of the market and Globe Telecom and TM controlling the remaining 30 percent.


A blog action day set June 8th to demonstrate the concern of Filipino bloggers about the destruction of Philippine marine resources. Coral reefs twice the size of Manila were destroyed by smugglers.

Featured Blogger: Sabrina Sultana - Blogging With Her Heart

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Sabrina Sultana blogs from Bangladesh and she is one of the millions of bloggers in this world who express themselves using internet. But Sabrina is not like others; she blogs with her heart. She speaks for those who are deprived of their rights to lead a normal life. She expresses concern about the rights for the disabled and raises her voice for those who may not express their pains to the world. Sabrina also writes about her own feelings with simple but magical words.
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