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Being woke should emphasize how we understand a particular issue and then translate this to offline action
But Filipinos are also the most 'comfortable' with discussing politics both offline and online among 11 emerging economies surveyed
Fans also tweet their appreciation for graduating players, including team captain and Finals MVP Bea de Leon
(UPDATED) It's putting $7.5 million into research partnerships with 3 US universities to improve image and video analysis technology
'We were very much focused on Facebook in the last elections. But now candidates are more diversified, having specific content per platform,' says a global digital media specialist
The company says it's also bolstering on-site counseling for content reviewers
Vera Files president Ellen Tordesillas, whom the President calls a 'prostitute,' counters that he is 'not in his right mind' and is a 'danger to the Filipino people'
Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe urges the public not to believe rumors and warns civil unrest will only stretch the already thinly deployed security forces
A lawsuit is filed against Rankwave in a California State court in Silicon Valley to enforce terms the company agreed to in order to operate apps on the social network, according to director of platform and litigation, Jessica Romero
Independent media is banned in Vietnam, with online posts, comments and critics strictly monitored and bloggers, activists and rights lawyers routinely jailed.
'Facebook's efforts to stamp out terror content have been weak and ineffectual,' according to a study by the National Whistleblowers Center in Washington
Cebu City Mayor Tommy Osmeña asks his city's top cop: 'What are you trying to hide CCPO?'
Journalists and candidates blast the new set of diagrams from Malacañang that seek to lump them together in one conspiracy to discredit President Duterte
'Papatayin nila ang demokrasya kaya anyone who helps in strengthening democracy...sisirain nila kasi media is one of the pillars of democracy,' says Vera Files president Ellen Tordesillas
While campaigning for the party-list group ACT-CIS in Dapitan City, Tulfo made remarks about the city that offended the locals
Optical Media Board serves show cause order to Dipolog cable provider accused of illegally airing ‘Avengers: Endgame’
Orient Cable in Dipolog allegedly aired the film one day after it premiered in local cinemas
The OMB says it will summon Savers Company and its personnel for allegedly showing 'Avengers: Endgame' illegally
At the #MoveIloilo: Social Good in the Digital Age forum, local groups discuss how to counter disinformation
Advocates and journalists take to the stage to voice out relevant issues in the Philippines through a concert to commemorate World Press Freedom Day
At a time when alleged narco politicians named by the President are being killed with impunity, officials on a kill list in Cebu are gunned down one after another
These events are being organized against the backdrop of attacks on press freedom, which have escalated in the Philippines in recent months
According to Singapore’s draft law, ministers get to decide without any judicial review what online content is true or false simply if it offends them. Other countries may do the same
The NUJP says 'more than any administration since the unlamented Marcos dictatorship, never have freedom of the press and of expression been under siege as during the presidency of Rodrigo Duterte'
The Freedom for Media, Freedom for All Network says it has monitored at least 128 attacks and threats against members of the press since President Rodrigo Duterte assumed office
On World Press Freedom Day, journalists point out that the government's own media apparatus gets huge funding from China
'This is not a time to bend and shrink,' says the Foreign Correspondents Association of the Philippines on World Press Freedom Day
The job of a journalist takes place in a world that is drugged with online disinformation and where journalism is treated like a crime
Given his type of narcissism, one that blooms lustier and lustier with each live performance, we'd never know how far he would go with his indecencies
(UPDATED) The social media titan bans Louis Farrakhan, the head of the Nation of Islam, far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, and Milo Yiannopoulos, a high-profile right-wing provocateur, in its latest crackdown on hate content
(UPDATED) A quick search shows that various news groups in the Philippines wrote about Marawi's temporary shelters
(UPDATED) At least 41 journalists from different media organizations intervene in a Supreme Court petition to end President Rodrigo Duterte's coverage ban against Rappler
'A free and responsible media is fundamental to an open and democratic society,' says British Ambassador Daniel Pruce at a forum on press freedom and responsibility at the Ateneo de Manila University
A Google search reveals that 'BusinessWorld' reported about the progress of Isabela's landmark bridge project in 2018
Here are some of what we’re expecting to happen at this year’s F8 conference
Bookmark this page to watch Pahayag: A Forum on Media Freedom and Responsibility on Monday, April 29
Ngayong Press Freedom Day, iwaksi ang mga kampon ng kasinungalingan
A media watchdog decries this as a fishing expedition meant to 'demonize independent and non-profit media organizations'
Facebook logs a profit of $2.4 billion for Q1 2019, down 51% from a year earlier
Twitter's global user base appears to show modest growth even as the company transitions to a different way of measuring it
Facebook’s plans for reform amid a string of scandals can kick up its expenses and lower its profits
Instagram thinks the change can help your followers focus on what you post rather than the number of likes it gets
Representatives of the New-York based Committee to Protect Journalists, who are on a visit to the Philippines, meet with Malacañang and Department of Justice officials
The outage affects approximately 60% of users. The remaining 40% who can access Facebook's services may encounter errors or issues.
This case is not just about Rappler. It is about every journalist’s mandate to cover the Office of the President and scrutinize the tremendous power it holds without prior restraint or threat of punishment.
(UPDATED) A significant press freedom test case under the Duterte administration, the Rappler petition argues that the coverage ban violates constitutional guarantees of a free press, free speech, equal protection and due process
The leading social network indicates it will be tougher on inappropriate content in groups, which may not be seen by the public but which can circulate hoaxes and promote abusive or violent actions
While trust in traditional news services including radio and newspapers rated above 80% in both countries, trust in social media is lowest among all sources at 43% in the United States and 32% in Canada
A study by Reuters and Oxford focuses on Rappler, the Daily Maverick in South Africa, and The Quint in India
The total number of accounts that can be added to a user's list was cut to 400 from 1,000, Twitter says