FREEPIK Young Filipinos aged 18 to 39 years old are confident in their ability to identify false information online, according to a 2021 survey about fake news in social media. Majority (93.27%) of 327 respondents said they encountered it daily on social media platforms, and nearly 86% shared that they
1. Numerical rules The transition from conventional news sources to digital platforms and applications has accelerated in recent years. A large portion (32%) of urban Indians prefer digital spaces for their daily dose of news and information, with social media feeds and WhatsApp or Telegram forwarding emerging as the most
Julius Babao joins Frontline Philippines on TV5 Veteran news anchor and journalist Julius Babao has officially joined Frontline Philippines, a newscast on TV5. A broadcast personality for more than three decades, primarily with ABS-CBN, Mr. Babao will deliver the best stories of the day with fellow veteran Cheryl Cosim. Mr.
In recent times, social media has become extremely important all over the world. It is unquestionably an integral part of modern society. Many, many people use social media to chat with friends, find new friends, buy products and check news. Although these platforms are useful, they can also lead to
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday expressed serious concern over the spread of false information on social media platforms and web portals, and said that even information disseminated in a section of channels had a common tone, which could carry a bad reputation in the country. A bench led
Lagos, Nigeria – Emmanuel Alumona, a Lagos-based front-end developer, realized early Saturday that he couldn’t access Twitter on his phone. A day earlier, the Nigerian government announced the indefinite suspension of Twitter’s operations in the country due to “the persistent use of the platform for activities that could undermine the
The announcement comes two days after the social media giant deleted a post from President Muhammadu Buhari’s account. Nigeria has said it is indefinitely suspending Twitter operations in the country, two days after the social media network deleted a post from President Muhammadu Buhari that threatened to punish regional secessionists
Paywalls are becoming increasingly popular among news websites. The New York Times has the most subscribers, with 7.5 million. The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Game Informer and the UK’s Financial Times rank next respectively. Japanese media Nikkei ranks number one among non-English news sites. Most of the websites on