Senator Francis "Kiko" Pangilinan has slammed the decision of the House of Representatives to hold its session Wednesday (January 22) in Batangas, amid Taal Volcano's unrest.
Facebook apologised Saturday for a distasteful mistranslation of Chinese President Xi Jinping's name from Burmese language posts during his much-touted visit to Myanmar.
Mark Hamill, the actor famous for legendary "Star Wars" film character Luke Skywalker, has quit Facebook for its refusal to require political ads to be honest.
The Instagram page of the Presidential Communications Operations Office has been hacked, PCOO denounced the act
The Duterte administration has reached another low, with the unjustified "visitation ban" on political detainees in Camp Bagong Diwa in Bicutan, Taguig City.
Facebook on Friday said it took down a network of accounts using fake identities while spreading pro-Trump messages at the social network and Instagram.
The Philippine Coast Guard’s (PCG) newest and largest offshore patrol vessel (OPV) is now officially under the ownership of the country after it flew the Philippine flag for the first time on Thursday.
Facebook on Thursday said it is investigating a report that a database containing names and phone numbers of more than 267 million users was exposed online.
Singapore has defended a controversial new law against misinformation that it has wielded against Facebook, after an opposition party launched a withering attack on the legislation.
Australia's government on Thursday announced a new taskforce to monitor the actions of tech giants such as Facebook and Google but stopped short of a major clampdown recommended by the country's consumer watchdog.
House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano on Monday renewed his threat on those behind the smear campaign against country’s hosting of the 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEAG).
US regulators concluded Friday that British consultancy Cambridge Analytica -- at the center of a massive scandal on hijacking of Facebook data -- deceived users of the social network about how it collected and handled their personal…
Singapore authorities Friday ordered Facebook to correct an article on a fringe news site containing "scurrilous accusations" of election rigging, ramping up their use of a controversial law against misinformation.
House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano is singing a different tune after days blaming the media for reporting about the problems in the country's hosting of the 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.
The US State Department on Saturday called on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to suspend the accounts of Iranian government leaders until Tehran re-establishes internet coverage throughout the riot-torn country.
Remember the viral 'Grand Taft Auto' video? Netizens were on panic mode when they saw this Manila Mayor Isko Moreno summoned the "Spider-Man" to his office
The data-collection business model fueling Facebook and Google represents a threat to human rights around the world, Amnesty International said in a report Wednesday.
The chief of Russian state-funded broadcaster RT on Friday said Facebook was deliberately blocking posts from its documentary channel, accusing the social media giant of "censorship"
The City of Manila's LRT Line 1 beams and posts along the Manila City Hall are now works of art They call the project - "Kaunlaran at Kagandahan sa Kamaynilaan"
The Office of Vice President Leni Robredo quickly came to help communities affected by the earthquake that hit Tulunan, North Cotabato.
Facebook said Wednesday it took down accounts linked to a Russian ally of President Vladimir Putin seeking to spread disinformation on the social network in eight African countries.
Facebook came under fresh criticism Tuesday for its hands-off approach to political speech, as a group of employees and US lawmakers called on the social network to fact-check politicians spreading misinformation.
President Duterte will not quit riding motorcycles Sen. Bong Go said this in a live video on Facebook, Go was with Duterte then on board a car to the airport in Japan