1. What is RSS?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary) provides a quick way to keep track of updates in the BSP website. An RSS feed is comparable to a table of contents of “What’s New” in the BSP website that enables you to see what materials have been added to the BSP website without having to visit the site itself.
2. How do I get the feeds?
Some browsers, such as Firefox, have an RSS reader. If your browser has an orange icon or RSS button , clicking on it will automatically add the site’s RSS feed to your list.
Alternatively, you can also opt to use web-based news reader such as Google Reader and My Yahoo!. Register and follow the instructions of your particular reader.
There are also an extensive number of applications available over the Internet. Some of these are available as desktop software and come with a fee.
BSP available feeds: Media Releases | BSP Issuances | Public Advisories
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BSP-RSS feed conforms to the RSS-CB specification. RSS-CB is an extension to RSS feeds, a standard website mechanism which provides structured information that can be used by applications. Please email us for your comments. Thank you.