Facebook published a correction on a user’s post Saturday following a demand from Singapore, the first time a tech giant has complied with the city-state’s law against misinformation.
Facebook-owned Oculus says it is buying the studio behind “Beat Saber”.
Facebook introduces a “Viewpoints” app that pays members for taking part in surveys.
Information Ministry is aiming to work with FB to curb the spread of fake news.
Taxi drivers around the world are in a fight with a car-hiring service called Uber that is making their lives difficult.
Zuckerberg opens the door to scaling back plans for the company’s digital coin Libra.
FB executive David Marcus says Libra won’t be controlled by a single company.
FB: Portal smart screens would be incorporated in Workplace network for businesses.
FB’s proposes Libra currency could undermine the European Central Bank’s ability.
The Defence Ministry has fired Facebook personality Pheng Vannak from the military, where he held the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
The Defence Ministry has fired Facebook personality Pheng Vannak from his position as Lieutenant Colonel
Appeal Court overturns a rape conviction against a man jailed over posting nudes,
Researchers have managed to translate brain signals into spoken words.
Prime Minister Hun Sen today cautioned that a former opposition member will face arrest if he keeps insulting him and Interior Minister Sar Kheng.
Zuckerberg reaffirms his commitment to the social network’s quest to launch Libra.
Ministry denies rumours that Men Sam An is suffering from high blood pressure.
Internet giants like Facebook, Google and Amazon have disrupted markets and culture.
Mondulkiri administration refutes a claim by a Facebook user that Governor Svay Sam Eang had sold state land to private companies.
Legal action to be taken against FB users who post fake news about PM’s health.
Facebook’s planned virtual unit Libra faces scepticism among the wider cryptocurrency community.
US Federal Reserve to consider the implications of FB’s virtual currency Libra.
The CPP sacks Facebook personality Pheng Vannak from his position.
Facebook says it was “back at 100 percent” Wednesday evening after an outage.
Sales account for 44% of e-commerce in Southeast Asia’s second-biggest economy.
Governments must regulate social networks, not the companies themselves, FB says.
Australia’s competition watchdog is poised to call for far-reaching new regulations on FB, Google and other tech giants.
Legal action is warned against who advertise Angkor Archaeological Park land for sale.
EU financial leaders vow vigilance over Facebook cryptocurrency announcement.
Kheng reacts to critics who accuse the gov’t of not arresting powerful drug ringleaders.
Pheng Vannak, a Facebook user sentenced to one year, leaves prison after a judge suspended the majority of his sentence.