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#BabaeAko campaign: Filipino women fight back against Duterte's misogyny

Using the hashtag #BabaeAko, Filipino women are taking to social media to fight the President Rodrigo Duterte's sexist and misogynistic behavior

Using the hashtag #BabaeAko, Filipino women are taking to social media to fight the ...

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#BabaeAko campaign: Filipino women fight back against Duterte's misogyny

'It's Yanny,' tweets horror writer Stephen King. 'It's so clearly laurel,' quips ...

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Do you hear 'yanny' or 'laurel?' Soundbite sparks internet din

Closed-door talks are confirmed but other members of European Parliament demand a public ...

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Zuckerberg agrees to closed-door talks with European lawmakers

Facebook says improved technology using artificial intelligence had helped it act on 3.4 ...

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Facebook details policing for sex, terror, hate content

'We have large teams of internal and external experts working hard to investigate these ...

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Facebook suspends 200 apps over data misuse

The Supreme Court justice says on social media the petition should have been dismissed ...

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Leonen, Te tweet 'dissent' from SC’s quo warranto vote

Lithium Technologies, which acquired the startup in 2014, announces the closure in a blog ...

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Social influence platform Klout shutting down May 25

Hopefully ‘Infinity War’ isn’t a spoiler for the Philippines

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Duterte and the impunity stones: 'We don't feel so good'

Apo Hiking Society member Jim Paredes, a vocal supporter of Leni Robredo, launches the ...

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Robredo supporters launch #LeaveOurShadesAlone campaign

The Tulfo brothers are engaged in word wars with other media practitioners and ...

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Tulfo brothers go after other media outfits, colleagues