Political parties are dedicating more of their resources to digital campaigns as the national election nears
Japan’s departing ambassador has stolen hearts – thanks to witty social media videos.
No complaints are filed against a couple that allegedly verbally assaulted a forestry official.
Interior Ministry says a man is going to be fined for displaying CPP stickers on a state-owned vehicle after a picture went viral.
Former CNRP leader Sam Rainsy fails to appear for questioning at Phnom Penh Court.
Britain’s data regulator to fine Facebook half a million pounds over data breach.
Cracking down on fake accounts would affect Twitter’s user base, and its finances.
Is it true that we are no longer reliant on the opinions of journalists and gossip columnists to cast their voices over us?
The gov’t will begin to take action against fake news on websites and social media.
Chevron Cambodia wins this award in partnership with Havas Riverorchid.
Senior National Police officials deny reports that officers’ salaries are being cut to fund the ruling CPP’s election campaign.
When was the last time you detached yourself from the world? Wait, let me rephrase my question. Do you still live in the moment?
Manon, 17, turns to Instagram to connect with her friends instead of Facebook.
U.S. open internet has expired, handing sweeping new powers to internet providers.
Prime Minister Hun Sen calls on the public to stop talking about a sex scandal involving a monk and his former girlfriend.
Prime Minister Hun Sen called on the public to stop talking about a former chief monk accused of raping a young woman in Banteay Meanchey province and threatened to fire two military officers for spreading the scandal on social media.
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?
The national election in July is going to be dominated by the presence of male heads of parties. However, one woman will be among a handful of women contesting the election.
We live in a generation that favours Facebook posts over personal discussions, Instagram stories over actual memories and shallow tweets over deep conversations.