Instagram said Wednesday it now has more than one billion active users, as it unveiled a new long-form video feature in a bid to attract “creators” like those on YouTube.
News consumption is shifting from social media to messaging applications.
Vietnamese legislators approve a cybersecurity law that tightens control of the internet.
Myanmar’s monks challenge Facebook bans over hate messages targeting Rohingya.
What was Facebook’s founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg thinking when he invested so much of his time and intelligence proving the relevance of social networking?
Recent advances in artificial intelligence have been nothing short of dramatic. AI is transforming nearly every sector of society, from transportation to medicine to defense.
British lawmakers want their European counterparts to quiz Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg about a scandal over improper use of millions of Facebook users’ data, as he will not give evidence in London.
PM says he gained a close relationship with Cambodians through his Facebook page.
Zuckerberg agrees to live-stream his meeting with European Parliament members.
Facebook and other global companies are pushing back hard against provisions.
A struggle over internet laws in Vietnam is pitting a government keen on maintaining tight control against US technology companies trying to fight off onerous new rules – with the country’s online dissidents among the biggest losers.
New EU data protection laws take effect on May 25 to protect users’ online information.
Court charges a primary school director after he was accused of insulting the King.
Rainsy’s case to reveal the origins of PM’s Facebook “likes” will have no impact.
Facebook Inc is entering the dating game, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg says.
Defence Ministry condemns a Facebook user who attempted to foment an rebellion.
Facebook opposes calls by Australian media for digital platforms to be regulated.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng has called on citizens to report inactivity of local officials to the national level.
Health Ministry calls on Facebook users to stop posting baseless information.
Facebook has introduced a tool with which users can check to see if their data was improperly obtained by political data firm Cambridge Analytica.