Has the Philippines qualified for the World Cup? - Philippines

PRESIDENT Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has directed the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) and the Bureau of Aquatic Resources (BFAR) to maintain a “rational deployment” in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) as he maintained the country’s sovereignty in the area amid the continued presence of Chinese authorities in the disputed waters.In a media forum, PCG spokesman for WPS Commodore Jay Tarriela said Marcos made the order in line with the administration’s “Bagong Pilipinas” campaign.Tarriela said Chinese vessels continue their presence and dangerous maneuvers in Bajo de Masinloc, a traditional fishing ground for Filipinos particularly fishermen from Zambales, Pangasinan, and other coastal areas in the Northern Luzon.He said just recently, Chinese Coast Guard (CCG) vessels and People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy vessels were present in the area “to make sure that the southeast entrance of Bajo de Masinloc is well-guarded by putting floating barriers every time they monitored Philippine vessels nearby.”“These are the four Chinese maritime militia that we also documented who actively participated in blocking and also carrying out dangerous maneuvers to prevent the BFAR vessel in getting close to Bajo de Masinloc,” Tarriela said.“We experienced of course dangerous maneuver … and then shadowing not just from the PLA Navy but even from the Chinese Coast Guard and also the Chinese maritime militia. There is also participation from the Chinese maritime militia,” he added.Meanwhile, BFAR is continuously providing assistance to Filipino fishermen fishing in Bajo de Masinloc.BFAR spokesman Naz Briguera said 14,000 liters of diesel fuel, 60 liters of motor oil and other provisions were provided to 21 commercial fishing boats present in Bajo de Masinloc during their latest mission last week.He also belied reports that BFAR assets were driven away by the CCG patrolling the Philippine waters.“Katulad po ng nabanggit din sa pahayag ng National Security Council, wala pong katotohanan doon sa balitang naitaboy ng mga banyagang barko ng Tsina ang BRP Tamblot sa Bajo de Masinloc na lumaot upang magbigay po ng suporta sa mga mangingisdang kasalukuyang nangingisda sa lugar,” Briguera said.“Unang-una, hindi po dapat itinataboy ang barko ng Pilipinas sa katubigang legal na pag-aari ng bansa. Sa kabila po ng mga hamon, matagumpay po ang ginawang paglalayag ng BRP Tamblot at ang mga gawain nito ay ayon sa isinasaad ng ating batas at sumasakop na pandaigdigang batas katulad po ng UNCLOS,” he added.Briguera said they also received reports from Filipino fishermen in Bajo de Masinloc that Chinese authorities were deliberately damaging the areas through cyanide fishing so they will no longer visit there.He said China’s action is a clear violation to international laws.In September last year, the PCG noted “severe damage” in the marine environment and coral reef in some portions of the WPS allegedly done by China.China refuses to recognize the 2016 ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Netherlands which invalidates its claims in areas falling within the nine-dash line which is over 90 percent of the WPS and affirms the traditional and legitimate fishing rights of Filipino fishermen in the area.(SunStar Philippines) Has the Philippines qualified for the World Cup? Philippines PRESIDENT Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has signed a law prohibiting the implementation of the “No Permit, No Exam” policy.Marcos signed into law Republic Act 11984, or the “No Permit, No Exam Prohibition Act” on March 11, 2024.The measure covers all public and private basic (K to 12) institutions, higher education institutions, and technical vocational institutions (TVIs).“All public and private educational institutions covered by this Act are hereby mandated to accommodate and allow disadvantaged students unable to pay tuition and other fees to take the periodic and final examinations without requiring a permit,” the law stated.“Provided, however, that in the case of K to 12 students, the mandate shall be for the entire school year,” it added.It also mandates the municipal, city, and provincial social welfare and development officer, or the regional office of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to issue the necessary certificate on the disadvantaged status of the student due to calamities, emergencies, force majeure, and other good or justifiable reasons in accordance with the rules and regulations (IRR) issued by the DSWD.The agency will also define “disadvantaged students” and the criteria and requirements for the effectiveness of the issuance of necessary certifications by different entities involved to effectively carry out the law. The Act shall be without prejudice to the right and power of the educational institutions to require the submission of a promissory note, withhold records and credentials of students, and such other legal and administrative remedies available to them for the collection of unpaid fees.Administrative sanctions on those who violate the measure will be imposed by concerned government agencies. (TPM)

LuckyCola Promo
To the Top 5 Filipino Casinos
Best Online Casinos in The Philippines

Play at Safe Sites Verified by our Reviewers

Casino Games

The Most Popular Choices

Best Slots in The Philippines

Top Picks by Filipino Players

Safety

The Security Certificates

Mobile

Top Casinos on the Go

Payment

PayPal Casinos and More

Player Bonuses

Detailed Info and Ranking

PRESIDENT Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has signed a law prohibiting the implementation of the “No Permit, No Exam” policy.Marcos signed into law Republic Act 11984, or the “No Permit, No Exam Prohibition Act” on March 11, 2024.The measure covers all public and private basic (K to 12) institutions, higher education institutions, and technical vocational institutions (TVIs).“All public and private educational institutions covered by this Act are hereby mandated to accommodate and allow disadvantaged students unable to pay tuition and other fees to take the periodic and final examinations without requiring a permit,” the law stated.“Provided, however, that in the case of K to 12 students, the mandate shall be for the entire school year,” it added.It also mandates the municipal, city, and provincial social welfare and development officer, or the regional office of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to issue the necessary certificate on the disadvantaged status of the student due to calamities, emergencies, force majeure, and other good or justifiable reasons in accordance with the rules and regulations (IRR) issued by the DSWD.The agency will also define “disadvantaged students” and the criteria and requirements for the effectiveness of the issuance of necessary certifications by different entities involved to effectively carry out the law. The Act shall be without prejudice to the right and power of the educational institutions to require the submission of a promissory note, withhold records and credentials of students, and such other legal and administrative remedies available to them for the collection of unpaid fees.Administrative sanctions on those who violate the measure will be imposed by concerned government agencies. (TPM) The Gaming and Casino Industry in the Philippines MORE than 40 percent of companies worldwide are facing a shortfall of qualified cybersecurity professionals, according to a recent Kaspersky study. It noted that amid the escalating frequency and complexity of cyber attacks, a notable shortage of personnel is particularly prevalent in the fields of malware analysis and information security research.A research conducted by (ISC)2 cybersecurity workforce study revealed that the workforce gap was almost four million information security workers in 2022. Kaspersky conducted its own research “The portrait of modern Information Security professional” to evaluate the current state of the labor market and analyze the exact reasons for the cybersecurity skills shortage. The research surveyed more than 1,000 information security professionals from Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Meta (Middle East, Turkey and Africa) region, North America and Latin America.The study found that 41 percent of the companies questioned describe their cybersecurity teams as “somewhat” or “significantly understaffed.”Russia reported the largest cybersecurity staff shortage, followed by Latin America, Asia Pacific and Meta. In the Philippines, the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) said the country is suffering from a scarcity of cybersecurity professionals.“Singapore has about 2,000 cybersecurity professionals, and the Philippines has about 200. And of the 200, 80 percent of that are working abroad,” said DICT Secretary Ivan John Uy.Uy said high demand for cybersecurity professionals was observed at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic with all brick and mortar businesses quickly shifted online to remain in business. The shift resulted in the rapid increase of cybercriminal activities, among others. Results of the studyMeanwhile, the respondents highlighted information security research and malware analysis as the most understaffed roles, with over 40 percent of companies identifying them as the most challenging to fill. This heightened demand for these positions was reported across Europe, Russia and Latin America.Security operations center (SOC), security assessment and network security professionals are slightly less understaffed at 35 percent and 33 percent, respectively. The shortage of SOC experts was particularly noticeable in Asia-Pacific, while the shortage of security assessment and network security analysts is mainly a concern in Meta.The role with the least number of vacancies, but still in high demand is threat intelligence at 32 percent.Looking at cybersecurity needs across industries, the government sector reported the highest demand for cybersecurity practitioners, and admitted that nearly half or 46 percent of the information security roles it required remain unfilled. The telecom and media sectors are understaffed by 39 percent followed by retail and wholesale and healthcare with 37 percent of its roles remaining vacant. Industries that had the fewest information security vacancies are information technology at 31 percent and financial services at 27 percent but alarmingly, the figures still hovered close to one third. Vladimir Dashchenko, security evangelist, ICS CERT, Kaspersky, said that to reduce the shortage of qualified information security professionals, companies offer high salaries, better working conditions and bonus packages, while also investing in up-to-date training with the latest knowledge. However, he noted that these measures are not always enough as shown in the results of their study. “The growth rate of the domestic IT market in some developing regions is changing so rapidly, the labor market cannot manage to educate and train the appropriate specialists with the necessary skills and expertise in such tight deadlines. On the contrary, regions with developed economies and matured businesses do not report such an acute shortfall of information security professionals as their rates are below market average,” said Dashchenko.RecommendationsTo minimize negative consequences of global cybersecurity staff shortfall, Kaspersky encouraged companies to invest in additional cybersecurity courses for your staff to keep them up-to-date with the latest knowledge.It also urged firms to use centralized and automated solutions to reduce the burden on the IT security team and minimize the possibility of making mistakes, as well as adopt managed security services to get additional expertise without additional hiring. Kaspersky said it helps to protect against cyberattacks and investigate incidents even if company lacks security workers. / KOC

Top PH Online Casinos Ranked

MORE than 40 percent of companies worldwide are facing a shortfall of qualified cybersecurity professionals, according to a recent Kaspersky study. It noted that amid the escalating frequency and complexity of cyber attacks, a notable shortage of personnel is particularly prevalent in the fields of malware analysis and information security research.A research conducted by (ISC)2 cybersecurity workforce study revealed that the workforce gap was almost four million information security workers in 2022. Kaspersky conducted its own research “The portrait of modern Information Security professional” to evaluate the current state of the labor market and analyze the exact reasons for the cybersecurity skills shortage. The research surveyed more than 1,000 information security professionals from Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Meta (Middle East, Turkey and Africa) region, North America and Latin America.The study found that 41 percent of the companies questioned describe their cybersecurity teams as “somewhat” or “significantly understaffed.”Russia reported the largest cybersecurity staff shortage, followed by Latin America, Asia Pacific and Meta. In the Philippines, the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) said the country is suffering from a scarcity of cybersecurity professionals.“Singapore has about 2,000 cybersecurity professionals, and the Philippines has about 200. And of the 200, 80 percent of that are working abroad,” said DICT Secretary Ivan John Uy.Uy said high demand for cybersecurity professionals was observed at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic with all brick and mortar businesses quickly shifted online to remain in business. The shift resulted in the rapid increase of cybercriminal activities, among others. Results of the studyMeanwhile, the respondents highlighted information security research and malware analysis as the most understaffed roles, with over 40 percent of companies identifying them as the most challenging to fill. This heightened demand for these positions was reported across Europe, Russia and Latin America.Security operations center (SOC), security assessment and network security professionals are slightly less understaffed at 35 percent and 33 percent, respectively. The shortage of SOC experts was particularly noticeable in Asia-Pacific, while the shortage of security assessment and network security analysts is mainly a concern in Meta.The role with the least number of vacancies, but still in high demand is threat intelligence at 32 percent.Looking at cybersecurity needs across industries, the government sector reported the highest demand for cybersecurity practitioners, and admitted that nearly half or 46 percent of the information security roles it required remain unfilled. The telecom and media sectors are understaffed by 39 percent followed by retail and wholesale and healthcare with 37 percent of its roles remaining vacant. Industries that had the fewest information security vacancies are information technology at 31 percent and financial services at 27 percent but alarmingly, the figures still hovered close to one third. Vladimir Dashchenko, security evangelist, ICS CERT, Kaspersky, said that to reduce the shortage of qualified information security professionals, companies offer high salaries, better working conditions and bonus packages, while also investing in up-to-date training with the latest knowledge. However, he noted that these measures are not always enough as shown in the results of their study. “The growth rate of the domestic IT market in some developing regions is changing so rapidly, the labor market cannot manage to educate and train the appropriate specialists with the necessary skills and expertise in such tight deadlines. On the contrary, regions with developed economies and matured businesses do not report such an acute shortfall of information security professionals as their rates are below market average,” said Dashchenko.RecommendationsTo minimize negative consequences of global cybersecurity staff shortfall, Kaspersky encouraged companies to invest in additional cybersecurity courses for your staff to keep them up-to-date with the latest knowledge.It also urged firms to use centralized and automated solutions to reduce the burden on the IT security team and minimize the possibility of making mistakes, as well as adopt managed security services to get additional expertise without additional hiring. Kaspersky said it helps to protect against cyberattacks and investigate incidents even if company lacks security workers. / KOC The Gaming and Casino Industry in the Philippines PRESIDENT Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has directed the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) and the Bureau of Aquatic Resources (BFAR) to maintain a “rational deployment” in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) as he maintained the country’s sovereignty in the area amid the continued presence of Chinese authorities in the disputed waters.In a media forum, PCG spokesman for WPS Commodore Jay Tarriela said Marcos made the order in line with the administration’s “Bagong Pilipinas” campaign.Tarriela said Chinese vessels continue their presence and dangerous maneuvers in Bajo de Masinloc, a traditional fishing ground for Filipinos particularly fishermen from Zambales, Pangasinan, and other coastal areas in the Northern Luzon.He said just recently, Chinese Coast Guard (CCG) vessels and People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy vessels were present in the area “to make sure that the southeast entrance of Bajo de Masinloc is well-guarded by putting floating barriers every time they monitored Philippine vessels nearby.”“These are the four Chinese maritime militia that we also documented who actively participated in blocking and also carrying out dangerous maneuvers to prevent the BFAR vessel in getting close to Bajo de Masinloc,” Tarriela said.“We experienced of course dangerous maneuver … and then shadowing not just from the PLA Navy but even from the Chinese Coast Guard and also the Chinese maritime militia. There is also participation from the Chinese maritime militia,” he added.Meanwhile, BFAR is continuously providing assistance to Filipino fishermen fishing in Bajo de Masinloc.BFAR spokesman Naz Briguera said 14,000 liters of diesel fuel, 60 liters of motor oil and other provisions were provided to 21 commercial fishing boats present in Bajo de Masinloc during their latest mission last week.He also belied reports that BFAR assets were driven away by the CCG patrolling the Philippine waters.“Katulad po ng nabanggit din sa pahayag ng National Security Council, wala pong katotohanan doon sa balitang naitaboy ng mga banyagang barko ng Tsina ang BRP Tamblot sa Bajo de Masinloc na lumaot upang magbigay po ng suporta sa mga mangingisdang kasalukuyang nangingisda sa lugar,” Briguera said.“Unang-una, hindi po dapat itinataboy ang barko ng Pilipinas sa katubigang legal na pag-aari ng bansa. Sa kabila po ng mga hamon, matagumpay po ang ginawang paglalayag ng BRP Tamblot at ang mga gawain nito ay ayon sa isinasaad ng ating batas at sumasakop na pandaigdigang batas katulad po ng UNCLOS,” he added.Briguera said they also received reports from Filipino fishermen in Bajo de Masinloc that Chinese authorities were deliberately damaging the areas through cyanide fishing so they will no longer visit there.He said China’s action is a clear violation to international laws.In September last year, the PCG noted “severe damage” in the marine environment and coral reef in some portions of the WPS allegedly done by China.China refuses to recognize the 2016 ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Netherlands which invalidates its claims in areas falling within the nine-dash line which is over 90 percent of the WPS and affirms the traditional and legitimate fishing rights of Filipino fishermen in the area.(SunStar Philippines)

The Best Philippines Online Casino Sites 2023
1 5.0/5 100% Up to 7,000 PHP Excellent Welcome Bonus 2000+ 35+ 25+ Play Here! Read Review!
2 4.9/5 Up to€1500 + 270 Free Spins Great Slot Games 800+ 19 21 Play Here! Read Review!
3 4.8/5 100% up to₱18,000 Live Casino 1300+ 78 94 Play Here! Read Review!
4 4.7/5 Up to₱13,750 + 250 Free Spins Fantastic Live Tables 514 10 6 Play Here! Read Review!
5 4.6/5 Up to $500+ 200 Free Spins Top-Notch Jackpots 600+ 8 4 Claim Your Bonus! Read Review!
Updated: Apr 25, 2024 by Scottie ThompsonView Table as List
Casino chips, dices, cards, slots, and roulette right next to the Philippines flag

Top Online Casinos in the Philippines for 2023

  • 🥇 20Bet (Top-Rated Payment Methods Selection)
  • 🥈 ICE Casino (Best-Rated Slots Game Library)
  • 🥉 22BET (Best Casino for Real Money in the Philippines)
  • King Billy (Top for Live Dealer Table Games)
  • Wazamba (Excellent Safety and Security)

PRESIDENT Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has directed the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) and the Bureau of Aquatic Resources (BFAR) to maintain a “rational deployment” in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) as he maintained the country’s sovereignty in the area amid the continued presence of Chinese authorities in the disputed waters.In a media forum, PCG spokesman for WPS Commodore Jay Tarriela said Marcos made the order in line with the administration’s “Bagong Pilipinas” campaign.Tarriela said Chinese vessels continue their presence and dangerous maneuvers in Bajo de Masinloc, a traditional fishing ground for Filipinos particularly fishermen from Zambales, Pangasinan, and other coastal areas in the Northern Luzon.He said just recently, Chinese Coast Guard (CCG) vessels and People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy vessels were present in the area “to make sure that the southeast entrance of Bajo de Masinloc is well-guarded by putting floating barriers every time they monitored Philippine vessels nearby.”“These are the four Chinese maritime militia that we also documented who actively participated in blocking and also carrying out dangerous maneuvers to prevent the BFAR vessel in getting close to Bajo de Masinloc,” Tarriela said.“We experienced of course dangerous maneuver … and then shadowing not just from the PLA Navy but even from the Chinese Coast Guard and also the Chinese maritime militia. There is also participation from the Chinese maritime militia,” he added.Meanwhile, BFAR is continuously providing assistance to Filipino fishermen fishing in Bajo de Masinloc.BFAR spokesman Naz Briguera said 14,000 liters of diesel fuel, 60 liters of motor oil and other provisions were provided to 21 commercial fishing boats present in Bajo de Masinloc during their latest mission last week.He also belied reports that BFAR assets were driven away by the CCG patrolling the Philippine waters.“Katulad po ng nabanggit din sa pahayag ng National Security Council, wala pong katotohanan doon sa balitang naitaboy ng mga banyagang barko ng Tsina ang BRP Tamblot sa Bajo de Masinloc na lumaot upang magbigay po ng suporta sa mga mangingisdang kasalukuyang nangingisda sa lugar,” Briguera said.“Unang-una, hindi po dapat itinataboy ang barko ng Pilipinas sa katubigang legal na pag-aari ng bansa. Sa kabila po ng mga hamon, matagumpay po ang ginawang paglalayag ng BRP Tamblot at ang mga gawain nito ay ayon sa isinasaad ng ating batas at sumasakop na pandaigdigang batas katulad po ng UNCLOS,” he added.Briguera said they also received reports from Filipino fishermen in Bajo de Masinloc that Chinese authorities were deliberately damaging the areas through cyanide fishing so they will no longer visit there.He said China’s action is a clear violation to international laws.In September last year, the PCG noted “severe damage” in the marine environment and coral reef in some portions of the WPS allegedly done by China.China refuses to recognize the 2016 ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Netherlands which invalidates its claims in areas falling within the nine-dash line which is over 90 percent of the WPS and affirms the traditional and legitimate fishing rights of Filipino fishermen in the area.(SunStar Philippines), Welcome to the most popular BingoPlus online casino gaming platform in the Philippines! In addition to everyone's favorite classic slot machines, there are Bingo! check the following table to see what categories most online casinos in the Philippines fit in.

The Best PH Casino Websites by Category

🥇 Best Philippines Online Casino BingoPlus PH
🎁 Best Casino Bonus PH BingoPlus Bingo
💰 Highest Payout Casino PornBet
🆕 New Philippines’ Casino Site bCasino
💸 Best PayPal Casino PH BingoPlus 7x24
🎰 Top Rated Slots Site King Billy
🃏 Top Blackjack Casino 20Bet
🏅 Best Roulette Website BingoPlus Casino
🔝 Best Live Dealer Casino Lodibet
₿ Recommended Bitcoin Casino BitStarz
📱 Best Mobile Casino Dream Vegas
🤑 Top High Stakes Casino 1xBet
🤝 Best Low Stakes Casino BitStarz

PRESIDENT Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has signed a law prohibiting the implementation of the “No Permit, No Exam” policy.Marcos signed into law Republic Act 11984, or the “No Permit, No Exam Prohibition Act” on March 11, 2024.The measure covers all public and private basic (K to 12) institutions, higher education institutions, and technical vocational institutions (TVIs).“All public and private educational institutions covered by this Act are hereby mandated to accommodate and allow disadvantaged students unable to pay tuition and other fees to take the periodic and final examinations without requiring a permit,” the law stated.“Provided, however, that in the case of K to 12 students, the mandate shall be for the entire school year,” it added.It also mandates the municipal, city, and provincial social welfare and development officer, or the regional office of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to issue the necessary certificate on the disadvantaged status of the student due to calamities, emergencies, force majeure, and other good or justifiable reasons in accordance with the rules and regulations (IRR) issued by the DSWD.The agency will also define “disadvantaged students” and the criteria and requirements for the effectiveness of the issuance of necessary certifications by different entities involved to effectively carry out the law. The Act shall be without prejudice to the right and power of the educational institutions to require the submission of a promissory note, withhold records and credentials of students, and such other legal and administrative remedies available to them for the collection of unpaid fees.Administrative sanctions on those who violate the measure will be imposed by concerned government agencies. (TPM) Has the Philippines qualified for the World Cup?. here is how to register at an online casino site in the Philippines:

1

Select an online casino from our list and open an account, creating a secure password and sharing your personal details.

2

Identify the requirements for claiming a welcome bonus, make the minimum deposit and use any necessary bonus codes.

3

Enjoy scrolling through the casino’s gaming library and playing all your favorite casino games for real money.

PRESIDENT Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has directed the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) and the Bureau of Aquatic Resources (BFAR) to maintain a “rational deployment” in the West Philippine Sea (WPS) as he maintained the country’s sovereignty in the area amid the continued presence of Chinese authorities in the disputed waters.In a media forum, PCG spokesman for WPS Commodore Jay Tarriela said Marcos made the order in line with the administration’s “Bagong Pilipinas” campaign.Tarriela said Chinese vessels continue their presence and dangerous maneuvers in Bajo de Masinloc, a traditional fishing ground for Filipinos particularly fishermen from Zambales, Pangasinan, and other coastal areas in the Northern Luzon.He said just recently, Chinese Coast Guard (CCG) vessels and People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy vessels were present in the area “to make sure that the southeast entrance of Bajo de Masinloc is well-guarded by putting floating barriers every time they monitored Philippine vessels nearby.”“These are the four Chinese maritime militia that we also documented who actively participated in blocking and also carrying out dangerous maneuvers to prevent the BFAR vessel in getting close to Bajo de Masinloc,” Tarriela said.“We experienced of course dangerous maneuver … and then shadowing not just from the PLA Navy but even from the Chinese Coast Guard and also the Chinese maritime militia. There is also participation from the Chinese maritime militia,” he added.Meanwhile, BFAR is continuously providing assistance to Filipino fishermen fishing in Bajo de Masinloc.BFAR spokesman Naz Briguera said 14,000 liters of diesel fuel, 60 liters of motor oil and other provisions were provided to 21 commercial fishing boats present in Bajo de Masinloc during their latest mission last week.He also belied reports that BFAR assets were driven away by the CCG patrolling the Philippine waters.“Katulad po ng nabanggit din sa pahayag ng National Security Council, wala pong katotohanan doon sa balitang naitaboy ng mga banyagang barko ng Tsina ang BRP Tamblot sa Bajo de Masinloc na lumaot upang magbigay po ng suporta sa mga mangingisdang kasalukuyang nangingisda sa lugar,” Briguera said.“Unang-una, hindi po dapat itinataboy ang barko ng Pilipinas sa katubigang legal na pag-aari ng bansa. Sa kabila po ng mga hamon, matagumpay po ang ginawang paglalayag ng BRP Tamblot at ang mga gawain nito ay ayon sa isinasaad ng ating batas at sumasakop na pandaigdigang batas katulad po ng UNCLOS,” he added.Briguera said they also received reports from Filipino fishermen in Bajo de Masinloc that Chinese authorities were deliberately damaging the areas through cyanide fishing so they will no longer visit there.He said China’s action is a clear violation to international laws.In September last year, the PCG noted “severe damage” in the marine environment and coral reef in some portions of the WPS allegedly done by China.China refuses to recognize the 2016 ruling of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, Netherlands which invalidates its claims in areas falling within the nine-dash line which is over 90 percent of the WPS and affirms the traditional and legitimate fishing rights of Filipino fishermen in the area.(SunStar Philippines) The Gaming and Casino Industry in the Philippines . It’s always a good idea to take your time and make sure you’ve found the best online casino in the Philippines on the online gambling market that can give you what you want.

Online Casino in the Philippines Selection Criteria

PRESIDENT Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has signed a law prohibiting the implementation of the “No Permit, No Exam” policy.Marcos signed into law Republic Act 11984, or the “No Permit, No Exam Prohibition Act” on March 11, 2024.The measure covers all public and private basic (K to 12) institutions, higher education institutions, and technical vocational institutions (TVIs).“All public and private educational institutions covered by this Act are hereby mandated to accommodate and allow disadvantaged students unable to pay tuition and other fees to take the periodic and final examinations without requiring a permit,” the law stated.“Provided, however, that in the case of K to 12 students, the mandate shall be for the entire school year,” it added.It also mandates the municipal, city, and provincial social welfare and development officer, or the regional office of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to issue the necessary certificate on the disadvantaged status of the student due to calamities, emergencies, force majeure, and other good or justifiable reasons in accordance with the rules and regulations (IRR) issued by the DSWD.The agency will also define “disadvantaged students” and the criteria and requirements for the effectiveness of the issuance of necessary certifications by different entities involved to effectively carry out the law. The Act shall be without prejudice to the right and power of the educational institutions to require the submission of a promissory note, withhold records and credentials of students, and such other legal and administrative remedies available to them for the collection of unpaid fees.Administrative sanctions on those who violate the measure will be imposed by concerned government agencies. (TPM) licensed online casinos MORE than 40 percent of companies worldwide are facing a shortfall of qualified cybersecurity professionals, according to a recent Kaspersky study. It noted that amid the escalating frequency and complexity of cyber attacks, a notable shortage of personnel is particularly prevalent in the fields of malware analysis and information security research.A research conducted by (ISC)2 cybersecurity workforce study revealed that the workforce gap was almost four million information security workers in 2022. Kaspersky conducted its own research “The portrait of modern Information Security professional” to evaluate the current state of the labor market and analyze the exact reasons for the cybersecurity skills shortage. The research surveyed more than 1,000 information security professionals from Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Meta (Middle East, Turkey and Africa) region, North America and Latin America.The study found that 41 percent of the companies questioned describe their cybersecurity teams as “somewhat” or “significantly understaffed.”Russia reported the largest cybersecurity staff shortage, followed by Latin America, Asia Pacific and Meta. In the Philippines, the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) said the country is suffering from a scarcity of cybersecurity professionals.“Singapore has about 2,000 cybersecurity professionals, and the Philippines has about 200. And of the 200, 80 percent of that are working abroad,” said DICT Secretary Ivan John Uy.Uy said high demand for cybersecurity professionals was observed at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic with all brick and mortar businesses quickly shifted online to remain in business. The shift resulted in the rapid increase of cybercriminal activities, among others. Results of the studyMeanwhile, the respondents highlighted information security research and malware analysis as the most understaffed roles, with over 40 percent of companies identifying them as the most challenging to fill. This heightened demand for these positions was reported across Europe, Russia and Latin America.Security operations center (SOC), security assessment and network security professionals are slightly less understaffed at 35 percent and 33 percent, respectively. The shortage of SOC experts was particularly noticeable in Asia-Pacific, while the shortage of security assessment and network security analysts is mainly a concern in Meta.The role with the least number of vacancies, but still in high demand is threat intelligence at 32 percent.Looking at cybersecurity needs across industries, the government sector reported the highest demand for cybersecurity practitioners, and admitted that nearly half or 46 percent of the information security roles it required remain unfilled. The telecom and media sectors are understaffed by 39 percent followed by retail and wholesale and healthcare with 37 percent of its roles remaining vacant. Industries that had the fewest information security vacancies are information technology at 31 percent and financial services at 27 percent but alarmingly, the figures still hovered close to one third. Vladimir Dashchenko, security evangelist, ICS CERT, Kaspersky, said that to reduce the shortage of qualified information security professionals, companies offer high salaries, better working conditions and bonus packages, while also investing in up-to-date training with the latest knowledge. However, he noted that these measures are not always enough as shown in the results of their study. “The growth rate of the domestic IT market in some developing regions is changing so rapidly, the labor market cannot manage to educate and train the appropriate specialists with the necessary skills and expertise in such tight deadlines. On the contrary, regions with developed economies and matured businesses do not report such an acute shortfall of information security professionals as their rates are below market average,” said Dashchenko.RecommendationsTo minimize negative consequences of global cybersecurity staff shortfall, Kaspersky encouraged companies to invest in additional cybersecurity courses for your staff to keep them up-to-date with the latest knowledge.It also urged firms to use centralized and automated solutions to reduce the burden on the IT security team and minimize the possibility of making mistakes, as well as adopt managed security services to get additional expertise without additional hiring. Kaspersky said it helps to protect against cyberattacks and investigate incidents even if company lacks security workers. / KOC

The Top Slots Available in the Philippines

Much like the rest of the world, the flash and blur of the slots has made them The Gaming and Casino Industry in the Philippines for players who deposit with credit and debit cards from the Philippines. Recognized by international gambling laws, online slots can be found in the best casino in the Philippines. A main reason is that they are incredibly simple to play – all you need to do is adjust the settings for how much you wish to bet per spin, then watch the reels fly. Welcome to the most popular BingoPlus online casino gaming platform in the Philippines! In addition to everyone's favorite classic slot machines, there are Bingo! The favorites, based on Filipino trends, are highlighted here:

Best Filipino Slots RTP Volatility Recommended Casino Casino Site
BingoPlus 98.65% High Try Here
Lodibet 97.10% Low/Medium Try Here
Bet365 96.00% High Try Here

Gambling in the Philippines 2023 – the Latest Trends

PRESIDENT Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has signed a law prohibiting the implementation of the “No Permit, No Exam” policy.Marcos signed into law Republic Act 11984, or the “No Permit, No Exam Prohibition Act” on March 11, 2024.The measure covers all public and private basic (K to 12) institutions, higher education institutions, and technical vocational institutions (TVIs).“All public and private educational institutions covered by this Act are hereby mandated to accommodate and allow disadvantaged students unable to pay tuition and other fees to take the periodic and final examinations without requiring a permit,” the law stated.“Provided, however, that in the case of K to 12 students, the mandate shall be for the entire school year,” it added.It also mandates the municipal, city, and provincial social welfare and development officer, or the regional office of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to issue the necessary certificate on the disadvantaged status of the student due to calamities, emergencies, force majeure, and other good or justifiable reasons in accordance with the rules and regulations (IRR) issued by the DSWD.The agency will also define “disadvantaged students” and the criteria and requirements for the effectiveness of the issuance of necessary certifications by different entities involved to effectively carry out the law. The Act shall be without prejudice to the right and power of the educational institutions to require the submission of a promissory note, withhold records and credentials of students, and such other legal and administrative remedies available to them for the collection of unpaid fees.Administrative sanctions on those who violate the measure will be imposed by concerned government agencies. (TPM) Has the Philippines qualified for the World Cup?

Some of the most important trends revolve around the changes to the legalisation of online gambling for offshore operators, with President Rodrigo Duterte cracking down on illegal operations in recent years. Otherwise, we’ve identified that the growth in the land-based gambling industry has resulted in job creation for locals, with more than half of all employees in the entertainment sector being employed for gambling and betting activities.

Filipino Player Frequently Asked Questions

There can be a lot of contradictory information and biased reports out there on the internet that can conduse the PH online casino user. We find that our readers often have a lot of questions that need resolving, so we dedicated this section to provide more clarity on the topic of online casino in the Philippines.

2 Are PH online casinos legal?

Yes, Filipinos should know PH online casinos are legal if hosted by offshore operators. We recommend you stick to The Gaming and Casino Industry in the Philippines , as these are legally operating in the country and therefore hold a little risk of being shut down. Avoid shady businesses without official stamps of approval and regular auditing checks.

6 What online casinos in the Philippines offer fast withdrawals?

The speed of the withdrawals depends on the PH online casino payment methods. Across the board, LuckyCola Promo , with the transaction being finalized in less than a day. Bank transfers take the longest, stretching up to seven business days, due to additional processing and verification checks.

9 Do all online casinos in the Philippines take PayPal?

PayPal is one of the leading e-wallets Has the Philippines qualified for the World Cup? online. It is always associated with legitimate platforms and can be used to charge up your mobile PH casino account while on the go, as well. Not all casinos accept it, but the recommended ones do and Filipinos can freely use it.

Conclusion – Find Trusted Online Casino Sites for Filipino Players

There are a lot of safe and reputable online casinos for players from the Philippines to enjoy, though sorting through them can be time-consuming. To make the task simple, our experts put together a list of the certified online casinos in the Philippines that have been tested and proven to offer satisfactory experiences. Here, you can take advantage of The Gaming and Casino Industry in the Philippines and plentiful payment options in a completely legal setting.

Overview of the Philippines’ Best Casinos
⭐ Online Philippines Casinos 10 Sites
⭐ Best Philippines Casino BingoPlus Philippines
⭐ Best Bonuses BingoPlus24
⭐ Best Mobile BingoPlus Mobile APP
⭐ Best Live Get Lucky Casino
⭐ Best Games Dream Vegas
⭐ Best Slots BingoPlus Slots
⭐ Best Blackjack CherryCasino
⭐ Best Roulette Dream Vegas
⭐ Best APP JackpotCity
⭐ Best Payment Methods King Billy

We hope that, by now, you feel safe in the knowledge that there are trustable Filipino online casinos to choose from. Whether you choose to play at the sites featured here or go in search of operators on your own, remember that every .

List of All Filipino Casinos

If, after all the information included on this page, you feel you need a quick refresher on the available casino sites – look no further! The table below will show you Has the Philippines qualified for the World Cup?, along with their welcome bonuses for this year and a direct link to the offer. Philippines’s LuckyCola Promo Sites