Examine the personalities of most social media celebrities. Many have had a history of self-promotion, hucksterism, and even exhibitionism.
Facebook says it will seek to educate charities and other organizations on how to fight hate speech, in the wake of recent terror attacks in Belgium, Britain and France
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Facebook and local activists to develop tools that offer women greater control over their profiles
Spreading fake news is 'a sin against charity,' the CBCP says in a historic pastoral letter, one of the first of its kind in the world
Beda platform media sosial, beda pula prosedur pengelolaannya
One of the top Facebook posts during the series is a video of Stephen Curry going one-on-one against LeBron James in Game 2
Among 1,000 affected Facebook workers, 40 work in a counter-terrorism unit, with 6 of them deemed 'high priority' victims of the bug
In a joint blog post, the social network's global policy management director Monika Bickert and counterterrorism policy manager Brian Fishman say Facebook is committed to tackling the issue 'head-on'
A lawmaker thinks the Philippines should get a new name, but many social media users argue the focus should be on solving the country's problems
(3rd UPDATE) Military spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Jo-ar Herrera says, 'We are requesting Facebook Philippines to take down these accounts. They are spreading lies and misinformation.'
Closed captions will help those who are deaf or hard of hearing experience Facebook Live videos
Now available at the Chrome Web Store, 'Fakeblok' is the result of a collaboration between the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines and the Center for Media Freedom and Responsibility
Europol's European Migrant Smuggling Center identified 1,150 social media accounts suspected of advertising smuggling services
Kemenkominfo memberikan isyarat jika kondisinya memburuk, maka mereka akan menutup penyelenggara media sosial di Indonesia
'Down' is Fifth Harmony's first song as a 4-piece band
'The companies are now removing twice as many cases of illegal hate speech and at a faster rate when compared to 6 months ago,' Vera Jourova, the EU commissioner for justice, says in the first annual progress report
(3rd UPDATE) The 37-second animation, which made the rounds of Twitter and Facebook on Wednesday afternoon, is taken down later in the evening
Dozens of users in Myanmar report being temporarily barred from the site recently after posting the controversial term kalar, which is frequently used as an insult for the country's embattled Muslim minority
Afi Nihaya Faradisa mengatakan, sistem pendidikan Indonesia terlalu berorientasi pada nilai, sehingga menyebabkan guru memaksakan pengetahuan pada murid-murid
This is not the first time an incident involving disrespect for the flag has gone viral
Here are some of the funny and inspiring moments from the Facebook chief's half-hour-long graduation address at his alma mater
Rappler correspondent Bobby Lagsa is one of the 3 photojournalists who are able to go around some parts of Marawi City on the 3rd day of the siege
'Our challenge is to create a world where everyone has a sense of purpose,' the Facebook founder tells Harvard's graduating class. Read the full text of his speech here too.
In his address, Mark Zuckerberg urges graduates of his alma mater to 'build great things'
Facebook and Google's collective share of global digital ad revenue was about 70% in late 2016, says an analyst. Some of it should be diverted to a journalism fund.
Facebook says, 'Now, when you click on a trending topic, you'll see a carousel with stories from other publications about a given topic that you can swipe through'
Some Facebook statements from the leaked guidelines have been a source of shock
Social media erupts after the Philippine government announces that President Rodrigo Duterte has declared martial law in Mindanao
These figures show you the enormity of the task that the house that Zuckerberg built now faces
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Where will you place your phone? Can dogs be on the dashboard? What about distracting passengers?
Jollibee Foods Corporation says the naughty performance was 'a deviation from the standard mascot and party guidelines'
Siswi ini diundang untuk berbicara di Universitas Tribhuwana Tunggadewi Malang dan panggung acara Car Free Day di Jakarta
The Guardian shows the complexity Facebook faces in moderating sensitive content
Akun Facebook Afi Nihaya Faradisa sempat ditangguhkan selama 24 jam karena mendapat laporan netizen atas tulisan berjudul 'Warisan'
Facebook pages that violate the policy will see their live broadcasts demoted
Facebook is going for a closer look at the 2 clickbait signals – those that exaggerate and those that withhold information – to shoot down clickbait more accurately
Facebook didn't disclose the possibility of linking WhatsApp users' phone numbers with Facebook users' identities, says the European Commission
France slaps a penalty of 150,000 euros ($160,000) on Facebook Inc and Facebook Ireland, for 'several breaches of the French Data Protection Act'
Thailand ferociously enforces a draconian lese majeste law which outlaws any criticism of the monarchy
Netizens remind President Rodrigo Duterte that he once said he wanted to rename Malacañang Palace to 'People's Palace'
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The social network announces another round of deletion following its April crackdown on fake accounts in France
The celebrity blogger trends on Twitter as Filipinos, both the outraged and the pleased, weigh in on her appointment as PCOO assistant secretary
(UPDATED) Most of the outage reports appear to be coming from Australia and New Zealand, portions of the US, parts of Southeast Asia, including the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore
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You can now play Words With Friends, EverWing, 8 Ball Pool, and more games on your Messenger app.
(UPDATED) 'If we're going to build a safe community, we need to respond quickly,' chief executive Mark Zuckerberg says on his Facebook page
The social network admits that governments have used its services to mount 'information operations' to achieve certain political outcomes