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Malaysian Police Investigate Teen Boy for Liking Israel
August 15, 2014
Malaysian Police Investigate Teen Boy for Liking Israel
Once again the country does its international reputation no favors.
Malaysian Police Investigate Teen Boy for Liking Israel
Malaysia Threatens to Block Facebook
August 14, 2014
Malaysia Threatens to Block Facebook
Malaysia’s internet freedom has been threatened from several corners, as the PM assures free speech.
Malaysia Threatens to Block Facebook
Colbert Under Fire for Anti-Asian Joke
March 28, 2014
Colbert Under Fire for Anti-Asian Joke
Using the hashtag #CancelColbert, social media users are calling for The Colbert Report to be cancelled.
Colbert Under Fire for Anti-Asian Joke
Bangkok Shopping Mall Is Instagram’s Most Photographed Location for 2013
December 18, 2013
Bangkok Shopping Mall Is Instagram’s Most Photographed Location for 2013
Thanks to celebs and “selfies,” Siam Paragon beat out Times Square and Disneyland.
Bangkok Shopping Mall Is Instagram’s Most Photographed Location for 2013
China to Allow Facebook and Twitter in Shanghai Free Trade Zone
September 24, 2013
China to Allow Facebook and Twitter in Shanghai Free Trade Zone
The South China Morning Post reports that internet users within the new FTZ will have access to banned websites.
China to Allow Facebook and Twitter in Shanghai Free Trade Zone
Facebook: 15-Second Commercials Coming to Your News Feed
July 31, 2013
Facebook: 15-Second Commercials Coming to Your News Feed
Demographic-specific video ads could arrive as early as the fall.
Facebook: 15-Second Commercials Coming to Your News Feed
Social Gaming: Zynga Loses Half of its Active Users, Stock Tumbles
July 26, 2013
Social Gaming: Zynga Loses Half of its Active Users, Stock Tumbles
The CEO of the company behind “Farmville” says Zynga will “get back to basics.”
Social Gaming: Zynga Loses Half of its Active Users, Stock Tumbles
Facebook Booming in Asia – Local Competition, Too
June 26, 2013
Facebook Booming in Asia – Local Competition, Too
Facebook is growing faster in Asia than anywhere else, but local social media are catching up.
Facebook Booming in Asia – Local Competition, Too
Facebook Working on “Flipboard-like” News Aggregator
June 25, 2013
Facebook Working on “Flipboard-like” News Aggregator
The social network has been secretly working on a news service for over a year.
Facebook Working on “Flipboard-like” News Aggregator
Hashtags Come to Facebook. #Epicwin or #Epicfail?
June 17, 2013
Hashtags Come to Facebook. #Epicwin or #Epicfail?
Organizing topics with a simple “#” now available for Facebook users.
Hashtags Come to Facebook. #Epicwin or #Epicfail?
Smartphone Alert: Here Comes Facebook Home, HTC First
April 05, 2013
Smartphone Alert: Here Comes Facebook Home, HTC First
Will Facebook Home change the way you use your smartphone? Get the latest buzz here.
Smartphone Alert: Here Comes Facebook Home, HTC First
India's Internet Freedom Nightmare
August 25, 2012
India's Internet Freedom Nightmare
India has called out Facebook, Twitter and Google over what it deems to be “objectionable” online content. With recent violence powered through social media, can balance be found?
India's Internet Freedom Nightmare
Social Media's Thai Flood Role
June 30, 2012
Social Media's Thai Flood Role
Social media played a key role in helping Thais in the floods. Has the government learned some lessons?
Social Media's Thai Flood Role
Singapore’s Facebook Windfall
May 18, 2012
Singapore’s Facebook Windfall
Eduardo Saverin may save huge amounts in U.S. taxes with Singapore as his home. Not everyone is happy.
Singapore’s Facebook Windfall
February 03, 2012
Why U.S. Needs a China Threat
If the real threat to America is America itself, then U.S. strategists might see China as a necessary rival.
Why U.S. Needs a China Threat
Man Arrested for
January 25, 2012
Man Arrested for "Being Atheist"
Indonesia’s arrest of an atheist Facebook user raises more concerns over human rights in Southeast Asia.
Man Arrested for "Being Atheist"
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