How Facebook video's shifting algorithms and undisclosed discrepancies hurt advertisers and publishers alike
Majority of Filipinos think fake news is widespread on social media, according to PulseAsia's 2018 Survey on Social Media Use
(UPDATED) Do President Rodrigo Duterte's critics cross the line when they make fun of his Bisaya accent? The two later issue separate apologies.
Third-party fact checking organizations can now rate media that is directly uploaded to the platform
Zuckerberg, posting on his Facebook page, outlines a series of steps the leading social network has taken to protect against misinformation and manipulation campaigns aimed at disrupting elections.
The University of Oxford, in a report from July titled, 'Challenging Truth and Trust: A Global Inventory of Organized Social Media Manipulation,' aimed to inform about the further growth of misinformation and manipulation campaigns
The Pew Research Center report finds 42% of US Facebook users said they had 'taken a break' from the platform in the past 12 months, and 26% said they had deleted the Facebook app from their phone
Those who make and distribute online satire which 'disrupts public order' will be liable for a cybercrime punishable by a maximum of 5 years in prison and a fine of $800,000
Facebook's definition, says UN rights expert Fionnuala Ni Aolain, equates all non-state groups that use violence in pursuit of any goals or ends to terrorist entities
The Knight First Amendment Institute argues that it is incumbent on the White House to immediately unblock any Twitter users shut off from the president's account because of political viewpoints
UN human rights chief Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein urges Facebook to 'be regulated by (international) human rights law'
'We want to prevent them from using our service to further inflame ethnic and religious tensions,' Facebook says in a post
Even after the Korean heartbreak, Twitter users hope it won't be the last time Filipino-American NBA star Jordan Clarkson plays for the Philippines
How do you feel about her rise to the judiciary's top seat?
(UPDATED) Check out these alternatives that Filipinos came up with, after the government's design drew flak
(UPDATED) Bicol Central Academy administrator Alexander James Jaucian is caught on video shouting at students, calling them 'stupid'
Should altercations between private citizens and government officials be posted publicly on Facebook?
(UPDATED) According to Twitter, Jones' account is not suspended but 'has limited functionality,' as part of an enforcement effort that requires tweets violating Twitter rules to be deleted
Demands are typically for between $400 and $2,900, and the cyber criminals threaten to send supposed personal intimate pictures or videos to the person's 'loved ones' unless they pay up
Hackers break into Hun Sen's official Facebook page and say the Cambodian People's Party would give away 4 seats to other parties
Social media users congratulate the new champions for winning their first PBA Commissioner's Cup title in 21 years
The vulnerability gives a hacker the possibility of intercepting and manipulating messages sent in a group or private conversation as well as a chance to 'create and spread misinformation'
Netizens have a field day after the House of Representatives finally declared Quezon Representative Danilo Suarez as Minority leader
Jack Dorsey explains that it is journalists' job to shine the light of truth on unsubstantiated rumors or sensationalized issues
The fact-checking collaboration called Comprova will have access to the newly launched WhatsApp Business API which provides them better communication with their readers
Alex Jones, whose site InfoWars has accused victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting of being 'actors' in a plot to discredit the gun lobby, had violated Facebook's hate speech policies, the social network says
From rage to unprintable words, netizens react to Mocha Uson's video on federalism
The drop in users comes from 'prioritizing the health of the platform, and, to a lesser extent, GDPR,' Twitter says, referring to Europe's General Data Protection Regulations that limit how internet firms can handle user data
(UPDATED) A longtime satirist and known Duterte critic is taken off Twitter
They're also implementing a more thorough application process for third-party app developers
In an unusual protest, a recorded message is broadcast from loudspeakers at strategic points across the capital Kampala, according to witnesses
From funny tweets to direct reactions to the president's speech, here are some tweets that highlight netizens' takes on the 2018 SONA
It may just be SONA 2018's biggest plot twist, netizens say
Zuckerberg says during a podcast interview that while Facebook was dedicated to stopping the spread of fake news, certain beliefs that were sincerely held would not be taken down. He eventually backtracks on the remarks.
The social network is targeting bogus posts that may spark violence with a policy change that they're implementing 'during the coming months'
New report surfaces, saying Twitter suspended 58 million accounts in the 4th quarter of 2017
In a new documentary by Channel 4 in the UK, former Facebook investor Roger McNamee says it's the extreme, dangerous content that's the most engaging – something he says Facebook stands to profit from
Egypt, which ranks in the bottom tier of the World Press Freedom Index, is set to ratify a bill that will place social media accounts with more than 5,000 followers under a government committee
Tesla CEO Elon Musk launches a tirade against Vernon Unsworth without providing any justification or explanation, after the cave expert slams his offer of a miniature submarine to extract the footballers from the Tham Luang cave as a 'PR stunt'
The protection of user data now is necessary for the internet and its major services to evolve
Twitter hopes this change will let users have confidence in the accuracy of legitimate accounts following them
Russia-linked fake accounts are believed to have fired off false tweets in an effort to sway the 2016 US presidential vote
JaDine's ‘Never Not Love You,’ meanwhile, is the country’s most talked-about movie for January to June 2018
A new draconian law, which comes into effect January 1, requires internet companies to scrub critical content and hand over user data if Vietnam's Communist government demands it
Several sports personalities and other social media users point out how disappointing the game turned out
'Hindi ikaw 'yung napariwara. Ako. Napariwara ako bilang tatay mo,' a dad tells his bisexual son after attending the 2018 Pride March
The administration's social media blunders are worth calling out because they are symptoms of a much bigger problem that's persistent in the other aspects of Duterte's presidency
'These companies manipulate us into sharing information about ourselves,' the Norwegian Consumer Council's director of digital services, Finn Myrstad, says in a statement
Watch the livestream of the conference on Rappler
Senator Sherwin Gatchalian points out the mistake himself