#ThinkPH impressions hit the 60 million mark when Bianca Gonzalez discusses responsible social media use, and how to add value to dialogues online
Responding to the viral post, the CEO of AirAsia says it will extend free baggage allowance of up to 40 kilograms to all AFP personnel
Oka Mahendra Putra, the ex-boyfriend and manager of Indonesian social media star Karin 'Awkarin' Novilda died just two days before his 23rd birthday
From the perspective of the people, what is the story of the nation? Tell us through images.
Highlights from talks by Bianca Gonzalez, Jonathan Yabut, LinkedIn's Frank Koo, Accenture's JP Palpallatoc, Jollibee's Carlson Choi, and IMMAP's Ed Mapa
There are fears data will be swept up and used to create psychological profiles of voters so that specific messages can be tailored to specific voters
How can one's personal use of social media have value to others? Bianca Gonzalez provides some answers.
A protracted Tinder exchange, consisting of short greetings sent once every few months, sends two strangers on a dream holiday – but on one condition
Here's a list of reminders on participating in the #MMShakeDrill on July 14 to 17
Several of the candidates share what they learned during the workshop
(UPDATED) Twitter users join the discussion on disaster preparedness during the first-ever Agos Summit, generating over 800 million impressions
'If the media you're already consuming starts to address these issues, you're going to start to perk up and pay attention because role models in TV can also be role models in real life,' says Bambike founder Bryan McClelland
'These people have no right to enjoy our Internet freedom only to abuse our women and children,' says Senator Risa Hontiveros in pushing for Senate Bill 1251 or the Anti-Gender-Based Electronic Violence bill
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Who is more inclined towards truth-telling?
Angry fans target the Australian boxer and his wife, hurling invectives and racial abuse on social media
The feature will help users find nearby Wi-Fi hotspots which businesses have shared with Facebook from their page
The Philippines now serves as an inspiration for global jihadists, say terrorism experts, who asked the government to investigate an ISIS claim the Resorts World gunman converted to Islam
The bloodbath between Horn and Pacquiao drew a lot of reactions on social media
Within the first year of President Duterte’s administration, he has not been remiss in expressing his thanks to the community that has been instrumental to his success
The Balochistan Union of Journalists criticizes the 'illegal confinement'
We love it, we hate it, but we can't live without it. Here's a humble ode on Social Media Day!
The development of the flagging tool is reportedly moving slowly partly due to concerns that it can be manipulated or gamed
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Facebook's announcement comes as it works to redefine its purpose, led by Zuckerberg who traveled the US this year to better understand what people want out of the social network
The online platform, which has around two billion monthly users worldwide, is working on the project with a small group of partners and hopes to start putting out episodes of its forthcoming series by the end of the summer
Examine the personalities of most social media celebrities. Many have had a history of self-promotion, hucksterism, and even exhibitionism.
A guide issued by the CBCP tags at least 29 websites for 'carrying fake or unverified contents'
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
Rebecca Burger, who had a large following on the social media site, where she posted regular pictures of herself promoting fitness products, is killed in eastern France in what the family says is a domestic incident
Twitter users posted pictures of the queen's blue hat decorated with flowers with yellow centers alongside an image of the blue flag of the EU
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
Google general counsel Kent Walker says the company will use a combination of machine learning and human monitoring to keep 'extremist and terrorism-related videos' off its services
National Capital Region Police Office chief Director Oscar Albayalde urges the public not to spread the still unverified document on social media
Hordes of Chinese millennials are speaking directly to the country's 700 million smartphone users, streaming their lives to lucrative effect, fronting brands and launching businesses
'Today we #WITNESS history,' says Twitter, making a reference to Perry's recently released album
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
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.'
'I just think it was uncalled for and unnecessary,' Andi says of her mom's Instagram rant against Jake
Scrambling for loose change after the BPI glitch? You're not alone.
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
Kemajuan teknologi digital yang pesat mengubah cara manusia berkomunikasi
Under the guise of greater connectivity and visibility, information technology actually hides the failure of democracy as people mistake online visibility with engagement
According to a State Department official, consular officers can now demand extra information from applicants they deem to require 'more rigorous national security vetting'