Britain needs to overhaul its competition rules to tackle the dominance of tech giants.
I just celebrated my first anniversary in the Kingdom. It’s true, time flies when you’re having fun.
PM calls on ministries to consider creating an anti-fake news law and speed up the draft of an anti-cybercrime law.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday called on everyone to fight against fake news, saying someone was trying to spread false information to destroy Cambodian society.
Experts are to identify a person who allegedly hacked PM’s Facebook page.
Foreign Affairs Min. rebukes the US embassy for saying Sokha was arrested unjustly.
A government spokesman today said he will file a complaint to the Interior Ministry today asking it to search and arrest a Facebook user for posting a death threat aimed at Prime Minister Hun Sen.
With me being present online, I still do efforts to be present in the real world. As much as work demands me to be holding my phone the entire time, I also make it a healthy habit to put it down for a few hours.
Facebook Inc’s operations chief said on Wednesday that the world’s largest social network needed to win back public trust.
The NSSF releases a statement denying online media claims that a provincial hospital discriminated against a card member.
Ever wondered how people who read books, do makeup, wear nice clothes, eat food or even own a dog – basically people who are just like you – can produce content for Facebook and Instagram that make them famous and wealthy?
Facebook to invest 300 million US dollars over three years to support local news.
And just now, I realised, the amount of impact the online world can influence us is huge. Imagine, it’s a normal day scrolling down your Facebook newsfeed, and you saw a random but relevant event and decided to go.
Phnom Penh Court sentences a man to three years in prison for insulting the King.
A working group to monitor Facebook posts for cases of violence against women.
Police are looking for a man suspected of robbing a woman out of $3,000 in jewelry.
PM Hun Sen last night ushered in the New Year at the Win-Win Monument.
Police officer is arrested for posing with weapons on FB and testing positive for drugs.
Phnom Penh Court charges a 28-year-old man with incitement over a fake video.
Facebook is being used to silence bloggers critical of Vietnam’s gov’t, says RSF.
National police officers on Saturday arrested a man who recently posted a fake video clip on Facebook showing two groups of Chinese nationals fighting with each other.
Two prominent authors are encouraging the public to get off Facebook and start reading books.
I have read quite a lot of articles discussing about the irrelevance of social media and how it has changed, mostly negatively, the way people connect with each other.
An Information Ministry official has warned that the development of new technologies can also have a negative effect on a nation.
The decision made it possible to gather data on about 87 million Facebook users
A friend of mine added, “People tend to define others based on social media posts. That’s only 10 percent of what really is happening.”
Phnom Penh Court charges a man extorted money from men for nude photos on FB.
Vietnam promotes domestic networks.
Silicon Valley technology giants have grown so dominant they may need to be broken up, the inventor of the WWW told Reuters.
Mondulkiri police arrest a man who allegedly posted semi-nude photos of his fiancée.