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DIGITAL INFLUENCER | PH social media trends to watch in 2024

As of 2024, the Philippines stands at the forefront of a digital revolution, with evolving social media trends significantly impacting communication, marketing, and business practices.

Pinoy lawyers urged to use technology cautiously, responsibly

Supreme Court associate justice Rodil V. Zalameda cited a recent case in the United States where a group of lawyers were sanctioned for having submitted a legal brief which included fictitious case citations generated by the artificial intelligence chatbot, ChatGPT.

To know features users want, GoTyme Bank CEO turns to social media

GoTyme Bank recently gathered members of its Facebook community to personally field suggestions on what features they’d like to see on the GoTyme Bank app as wise and helpful additions to maximize their personal accounts.

PH is top 4 country on time spent on social media: report

The report also revealed Filipinos are avid consumers of vlogs and video games, ranking number 1 globally for both.

In forum, journos explore role of social media in today’s digital landscape

GMA Network reporter Atom Araullo urged the news industry to rethink its negative view of social media’s capacity to turn everyone into a storyteller. While this affordance has allowed trolls to gain a following on these platforms, it has also allowed Philippine media network to expand tremendously.

Most Pinoys spend at least 5 hours a day on their phones: report

In a recently-launched report, Norway-based international telecommunications company Telenor found that Filipinos continue to outpace the rest of Asia not just in terms of social media use but also in terms of mobile usage in general.

7 tips for spotting fake news

Fact-checking is a basic skill that everyone should learn, Deunida is quick to point out, adding that there are some quick and easy ways to help spot fake news.

Senate panel report says social media platforms should be liable for disinformation

The report also wants to amend the law on libel making the use of fake accounts or names in making libelous comments as proof of malice.

SC warns court workers on ‘improper use of social media’

The Supreme Court (SC), through the Office of the Court Administrator (OCA) on Friday, March 25, reminded court employees that the improper use of social media may result in administrative charges.

Drilon wants social media platforms to reveal identity of trolls

Sen. Franklin Drilon said revealing the identity of Internet trolls could help establish a balance between the freedom of speech and the responsibility of the use of that freedom online.
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