Twitter said Wednesday it would stop accepting political advertising globally on its platform, responding to growing concerns over misinformation from politicians on social media.
Twitter’s top honcho has cited “limitations” as the reason why provocative tweets can’t be taken off the platform as soon as possible– even if they were made by famous personalities.
US Congress’ youngest member Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez shared her Twitter savvy with Democratic colleagues Thursday, giving fellow representatives a taste of her influence on the social media platform — and how to take selfies.
Facebook users aged 65 plus and conservatives are more likely to share fake news on the platform than younger or more liberal counterparts, according to a new study published Wednesday.
Death awaits those who will be found guilty of drugs charges.
Twitter said Tuesday it was stepping up its long-running battle against online trolls, trying to find offenders by looking at “behavioral signals.”
President Benigno Aquino III in his State of the Nation Address (SONA) last week virtually challenged opposition leader, Vice President Jejomar Binay to bare his…