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The public forum on 'Truth, Trust, and Democracy in the Age of Selfies, Trolls and Bots' aims to help promote a better understanding of how social media and other digital platforms work
The prosecution will ask the court this month to render judgment on Akmad Ampatuan Sr and Anwar Ampatuan Sr, says Presidential Task Force on Media Security chief Joel Egco
His sacking by several US networks now leaves in tatters a once glittering career in which he won 3 Emmy awards and a Peabody journalism prize for his 2013 interview with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad
Cleveland Cavaliers star Lebron James is among the executive producers of the eight-episode series 'Best Shot' about the lives of high school students with dreams of becoming basketball stars
A bombshell Washington Post report says the women were employees or aspired to work on the 'Charlie Rose' show and were in their 20s and 30s when the alleged harassment took place
'This merger would greatly harm American consumers,' says Makan Delrahim, head of the US Justice Department's antitrust division
Japan's 'Twitter killer,' who is suspected of murdering and dismembering 9 people he met on social media, is charged with his first count of homicide
The app, an apparent rebranding of the Facebook Mentions app, gives creators exclusive video-making tools and the ability to personalize their videos and share it to other platforms easily
Watch the livestream of this debate seminar in Copenhagen about journalism, democracy, and human rights
Twitter takes out the verification badges of at least 4 white supremacist or alt-right accounts, and says it is reviewing its system of giving out the badges
Other countries also increased their efforts to censor and manipulate information, the report says, including a 'keyboard army' of people employed and paid $10 a day by the Philippine government to amplify the impression of widespread support of a brutal drugs crackdown
Meanwhile, RT says it would comply with USA's demand to register its American operations as a 'foreign agent,' but would also go to court to challenge the measure
While the biggest social media platforms originated from the West, citizens of ASEAN countries are just as into it
With over 300 million monthly active Facebook users in Southeast Asia, various countries in the region have already seen how Facebook has negatively impacted their democracies
Russian lawmakers are drafting such measures after state-controlled Russia Today (RT) television was ordered by Washington to register as a 'foreign agent'
A day before delegates to the ASEAN Summit 2017 are to start arriving, Manila is in a frenzy for last-minute preparations
As it celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, the regional coalition continues to build stronger economic ties with partners including Japan
Angkas has been widely used by its passengers as an alternative to the inefficient public transport in Metro Manila and to slip through the city's horrible traffic
Senator Grace Poe says, 'The PCOO should welcome objective and fair coverage from the press'
What are some creative netizens and brands doing with all this newfound freedom?
The US President posts messages on Twitter during his visit to the country, which has banned the website
'The MPC deplores any attempt to curtail press freedom and will continue to ensure a strong free press, keep the public informed, and the government in check,' the MPC says in response to the move of Asec Mocha Uson to expel Rappler from the organization
Snap CEO Evan Spiegel says they're building monetization opportunities for a creator community they've mostly neglected in past years
Shares plunge as user numbers for the app falls short of market expectations and wearable camera Spectacles fails to reach sales targets
Twitter's expanded character limits should now be available everywhere
Because the Constitution guarantees freedom of the press, government does not have the power to regulate independent media
Culture, media and sports have turned into battlegrounds for branding and global recognition
Hindi naka-optimize ang Facebook para sa katotohanan. Narito ang limang sablay ng social media giant.
[EXCLUSIVE] 'I do think it's terrible when people don't know what the truth is,' former US secretary of state Madeleine Albright tells Rappler's Maria Ressa
Apple's CEO reiterates that social media is being 'used to divide people, to manipulate people, to get fake news to people in broad numbers, and so, to influence their thinking'
'Like many, I fear that the pendulum of democracy is swinging the other way globally, enabled by social media,' says Maria Ressa when she accepted the National Democracy Institute's W. Averell Harriman Democracy Award on November 2 (US time)
(UPDATED) President Donald Trump's Twitter account was deactivated for 11 minutes. After it was restored, Trump tweets on other topics.
20 million Americans were exposed to Russian-led information campaign on Instagram in 2016, admits Facebook
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'Sa wakas, nadalaw ko din yung puso kong patay na patay sa iyo'
While President Rodrigo Duterte created a task force to probe media killings, it has so far failed to hold accountable the people responsible for violence against journalists in the Philippines, the CPJ report says
The companies seek to assure lawmakers that Russia's alleged online and social media interference to influence U.S. elections doesn't happen again
(UPDATED) Facebook, Google and Twitter are expected to share their findings regarding their own investigations into possible connections between Russian entities and posts, ads, and even videos shared on YouTube
Under a deal with StarTimes, more ABS-CBN content will be aired in response to African viewers' demand for Filipino dramas
A source privy to the arrangements says the presidential trip was initially planned for in-house coverage only
The 'Office of the Presidential Spokesperson' Facebook account, a verified one, commented at around 11:30 am, 'si pia at si lourd devera pantay na sa kakupalan'
The response comes amid increased pressure on Twitter and other internet firms to police their platforms, after a series of disclosures showing how Russia-backed entities sought to sow discord and spread false information to manipulate public opinion ahead of last year's US vote
'Our work to increase relevance and make Twitter easier is making an impact,' claims chief executive Jack Dorsey as the results are announced
Journalists from 6 ASEAN countries also learn how to maximize the impact of their data-driven projects in the French-based agency CFI's 4M Asia data journalism training at the Rappler office
(UPDATED) The fatal ambush on Christopher Iban Lozada happened after he received death threats, some of which he posted on his Facebook page, says the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines
The stories 'demonstrate the impact of lack of food and adequate nutrition on children from poor communities and good practices that could help eradicate the problem'