Although no solid data exists, police and aid groups that work on trafficking issues say it seems to be a particularly big problem in Indonesia.
It’s not quite game over at the annual Tokyo Game Show opening Thursday, but with smartphones, tablets and other computer-like devices luring people away from the once-dominant consoles devoted to video games, the rules have changed.
Viral campaign showcasing photos of Philippine politicians grandstanding outside of election season gets the attention of international media
Philippine government is asking concerned agencies and organizations to use unified hashtag #walangpasok for marking social media posts.
Viral video of a driver assaulting an MMDA traffic enforcer leads to lawsuit, with government officials lauding citizens’ vigilance in the use of social media.
Users of China’s main Twitter-like service, Sina Weibo, have reported difficulties posting messages during a controversial murder trial involving Gu Kailai.
In the light of the flooding situation in Metro Manila, have Filipino netizens been able to use the Internet and social media effectively in mitigating risks?
Baidu has fired three employees for deleting forum posts in exchange for cash. Three have been arrested for accepting bribes.
China’s leading microblog Sina Weibo: will it drive political change and democratic reforms, or is it a brilliant new surveillance tool for the government?