Videos with static images are also in the social network's crosshairs as part of its crackdown on video clickbait
Internet titans that have contorted to balance free speech with odious content are standing firm this week against being used to glorify killing in the name of race
Even after another heartbreaking loss against rivals South Korea, netizens still showed their gratitude for Gilas Pilipinas' gallant stand in FIBA Asia Cup 2017
Donald Trump retweets a message from a man who called him a 'fascist.' It took Trump about 20 minutes to delete it.
Many say the suspension of ride-hailing company Uber would be a 'hassle for commuters'
Of the country's approximately 200 shark and ray species, only two are protected by Philippine laws
Malacañang will check the veracity of the reports of bloggers who are allowed to cover presidential events, says Palace Communications Secretary Martin Andanar
Words, not just profanities, become harmful when the intention is to attack or harass someone.
Vague wording and lack of appreciation for realities of presidential coverage plague PCOO's interim social media policy
Dole quickly became one of the trending topics in the Philippines on Friday night
WeChat, the Twitter-like Weibo, as well as the Tieba discussion forum are being investigated, according to an announcement from the Cyberspace Administration of China on Friday, August 11
Post related photos and reports on agos.rappler.com, a disaster information platform powered by the bayanihan spirit
Gilas Pilipinas comes through and delivers a sweet, resounding 96-87 victory over China
Looking beyond the millennial’s #aesthetic and personal branding on social media
'Social media practitioners' 18 years old or above who have at least 5,000 followers and generate news about President Rodrigo Duterte may be given accreditation
Images of the lawmakers perched on desks and lining up with their smartphones in front of EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini triggers a storm of anger and ridicule on Iranian social media
With their IDs, bloggers were given access to the International Media Center, press kits, lunch buffet, and various activities organized for media, like Media Night. All these are paid for by taxpayers' money.
'Despacito' surpasses 'See You Again' and 'Gangnam Style,' getting more than 3 billion views and counting
Q2 2017 net profits leap 71% from a year ago, propelled by ads served on mobile devices
A University of Oxford study says one trait of cyber troops in the Philippines is individual targeting, which is 'used to silence political dissent online' and often leads to 'real-life threats and reputational damage'
President Rodrigo Duterte calls the University of Oxford, which released a study about social media manipulation, 'a school for the stupid people'
President Rodrigo Duterte puts some people and institutions on the spot in his SONA 2017
A roundup of this year's funniest #SONA2017 tweets and reactions
#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
Hello! Here's a roundup of news you need to know this Wednesday.