From any sex, to cybersex, to lack of sex, here are the TL:DRs of this week’s happenings.
On Thursday last week, Facebook launched more gender options for its users. This comes with an option for your preferred pronoun (his/her) and audience (friends, everyone, custom). Happy Valentine’s Day to you, too, Facebook!
The National Bureau of Investigation busted a cyber child pornography operation yesterday. The group was operating from a rented room at the Mountaintop Christian Academy in Muntinlupa City. The owner of school claimed that she rented out the room she didn't have enough funds to run her school and that she did not know that her tenants were “naughty.”
On Monday, Senator Jinggoy Estrada blasted Senate blue ribbon committee chair Teofisto Guingona III for stating that Ruby Tuason’s testimony was a “three-point shot.” Estrada questioned this statement and cried “offensive foul.” Guingona, however, denies Estrada’s claims.
In an unexpected turn of events, Cedric Lee representative Raymond Fortun resigns after only 12 days working on the case due to a breach in their agreement and overwhelming public backlash. He also blamed “inaccurate reportage and the unprofessional actions of certain law enforcement agencies.”
Kate Upton dons a teeny tiny gold bikini and makes nerds’ dreams come true with her zero gravity shoot for Sports Illustrated’s 50th anniversary. Check out the photos here.
You can now get arrested for libellous things you say in the Interwebs. But not for the things you like or share.
The Palace wants the public to brace for heavier traffic as the construction of Skyway 3 officially begins. Here’s how it’s all going to look like.
But Valentine’s Day is also Kris’ birthday! Read all about it here.
What else has been happening the past week? Share your thoughts in the Comments Section.