Vice President Leni Robredo once again denied having a boyfriend after President Rodrigo Duterte insinuated she’s spending nights at someone’s house.
Facebook and Twitter defended their handling of US election misinformation at a heated congressional hearing Tuesday where one key senator assailed the platforms for being the “ultimate editor” of political news.
The Solomon Islands is reportedly planning to ban Facebook after receiving harsh criticism on the social media platform, sparking outrage among rights groups and opposition figures in the Pacific island nation.
Facebook and Google have extended their bans on political ads in the United States amid misinformation circulated aimed at bolstering claims by President Donald Trump of fraud in his loss to Joe Biden.
Following the lead of Twitter and YouTube, Facebook on Monday removed several pages linked to former Donald Trump adviser Steve Bannon, whose content pushed unsubstantiated claims of election fraud.
Twitter labeled a Donald Trump post as potentially misleading while social media platforms kept on high alert against election misinformation early Wednesday, with the outcome of the US presidential vote yet to be called.
Vice President Leni Robredo gave updates on Facebook as she moved from one town to another in Bicol.
Despite a concerted effort by Facebook to stem political misinformation ahead of the US elections, false and misleading ads are still circulating as a result of glitches and loopholes — and what critics claim is weak enforcement of the social media giant’s own policies.
Vice President Leni Robredo immediately headed back to her home province, Camarines Sur, to extend assistance to residents affected by the onslaught of Typhoon Rolly.
A campaign group on Thursday said it was taking legal action against Facebook in Britain over what it claimed was the US social network’s “illegal use of one million users’ data”.
Confusion over political ads at Facebook marred the onset of what was supposed to be a cooling period ahead of the US presidential election.
Marinduque Rep. Lord Allan Jay Velasco appeared to have thrown some serious shade at Taguig Rep. Alan Peter Cayetano, by renaming his Facebook page on his rival’s birthday.
President Rodrigo Duterte appeared to rub salt on the wounds of Taguig Rep. Alan Peter Cayetano as he celebrated his 50th birthday Wednesday (October 28) stripped of the title he longed to retain: House Speaker.
Facebook has demanded that New York University pull the plug on a research project into the platform’s targeting practices for political ads, saying it is a violation of terms to collect user data.
MANILA – The Department of Education (DepEd) on Monday clarified that a learning module that discourages students from joining peaceful assemblies is not part of DepEd’s curriculum resources.
A total of 2.2 million ads on Facebook and Instagram have been rejected and 120,000 posts withdrawn for attempting to “obstruct voting” in the upcoming US presidential election, Facebook’s vice president Nick Clegg said in an interview published Sunday.
As coronavirus cases continue to bring worry to health, award-winning Filipino writer and poet Peter Solis Nery has found a way to get his creative juices flowing during the lockdowns: teach poetry.
Facebook on Wednesday said it will stop running political or social issue ads after the US polls close on November 3 to reduce chances of confusion or abuse.
MANILA – Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque is relishing his moment as honorary member of the Avengers — at least in one of the many memes made by netizens after his visit to Boracay Island.
MANILA – The Department of Education (DepEd) has released the interim guidelines on assessment and grading learners in light of the Basic Education Learning Continuity Plan for the academic year 2020 to 2021 which opens Monday.
Marinduque Rep. Lord Allan Jay Velasco apologized Friday (October 2) to President Rodrigo Duterte and the public over the stunts pulled off by House Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano and his allies in a bid to shelve the term sharing agreement.
Former police chief and now Senator Ronald dela Rosa has echoed the rant of President Duterte against the alleged Facebook’s censorship of a number of…
There will be less toxicity and fake news if President Duterte and his supporters are banned on Facebook. Former Senator Antonio Trillanes IV made the…
TikTok on Tuesday launched a US election guide as part of an effort to battle misinformation on the wildly popular video-sharing app that the White House has targeted for a ban.