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SHAREit names ex-Facebook PH exec Chay Mondejar-Saputil as PH chief

Chay Mondejar-Saputil has more than a decade of knowledge and experience within the industry, having previously been the vertical lead of the eCommerce and Retail side of Meta, the company that owns Facebook.

SC penalizes 5 lawyers over homophobic Facebook posts

In penalizing the five lawyers, the Supreme Court said the right to privacy of lawyers is limited, especially when it comes to their social media accounts.

With webtoons, Meta seeks to raise awareness of Pinoy teens on data privacy

With the goal of striking the right balance between giving parents the tools and resources for oversight and preserving their children’s privacy and autonomy, Meta Philippines has collaborated with National Privacy Commission (NPC) and the Child Rights Network (CRN) to deliver a webtoon series aimed at educating teens on how to protect their data and privacy online.

Scam sites duping Pinoys continue to be promoted on Google, Facebook

Despite the public being constantly warned over the years, many hapless Filipinos continue to be duped by fake and phishing websites and other online scams that proliferate in the Internet.

SC reprimands La Union judge for posting ‘half-dressed’ body, tattoo photos on Facebook  

The Supreme Court (SC) has admonished a La Union regional trial court (RTC) judge “to be more circumspect in his professional and personal dealings in social media” for posting on his Facebook account photos showing him half-dressed and revealing his tattoos on his upper body.

Kiko asks Facebook to take down more poll manipulation accounts, pages

Vice-presidential candidate and senator Francis "Kiko" Pangilinan issued the appeal as Facebook's parent firm, Meta, took down hundreds of accounts and pages in the Philippines for engaging in various malicious and dangerous activities, thus, violating the social media site's policies.

Meta installs safety tools for women leaders, journos across social media platforms

The parent firm of Facebook said it is giving emphasis on protecting women as studies show that women in politics are disproportionately targeted for abuse and misinformation attacks on social media.

In first in PH TV history, TV5 holds first Messenger voting for singing contest

Sing Galing fans are given the power to vote for their favorite grand finalists through a free voting experience on Messenger, highlighting a seamless merging of broadcast and social platforms that will allow audiences to watch entertaining content and be a part of it as well.

Facebook now main news source in US as it reaches 3.5B users globally

Facebook's dominance in the social media scene is highlighted by the number of users it can reach through its apps at approximately 3.5 billion as of Q2 2021.

DepEd vows to take action against ‘Online Kopyahan’ groups on Facebook

The Department of Education (DepEd) acknowledged that cheating has always presented a challenge to the education system but it became more widespread and problematic during the pandemic.
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