Vietnam Tightens Google, Facebook Ad Regulations

Vietnam Tightens Google, Facebook Ad Regulations

Vietnam has issued a new decree to tighten cross-border ad regulations for foreign companies like Google and Facebook
Facebook to Let Users Become 'Experts' to Cut Down On Misinformation

Facebook to Let Users Become 'Experts' to Cut Down On Misinformation

Facebook said last week that it would let the administrators in its groups appoint users as "experts."
Four Vietnamese Sued for Running Over $36-million Unauthorized Facebook Ads

Four Vietnamese Sued for Running Over $36-million Unauthorized Facebook Ads

Facebook this week announced filing a lawsuit against four individuals in Vietnam — over advertising-related schemes.
“Instagram for Vietnam” campaign to encourage young people’s innovative spirit

“Instagram for Vietnam” campaign to encourage young people’s innovative spirit

Facebook recently has kick-started a campaign on Instagram to encourage Vietnamese young people’s innovative spirits and promote values created by them.
Facebook ends Australia news blackout, signs content deals

Facebook ends Australia news blackout, signs content deals

Facebook Inc ended a one-week blackout of Australian news on its popular social media site on February 26 and announced preliminary commercial agreements with three small local publishers.
More young people become millionaires using social media

More young people become millionaires using social media

More and more young people are becoming millionaires, earning their large fortune from social media sites and online commerce, according to tax authorities.
Tax from online ads on Facebook, Google in Vietnam hits US$42.8 million

Tax from online ads on Facebook, Google in Vietnam hits US$42.8 million

The total amount of tax paid by individuals who have conducted transactions through Google and Facebook platforms during the 2019-2020 period reached some VND 1 trillion (roughly US$42.8 million), the General Department of Taxation reported.
Facebook faces anti-trust action brought by US government and 48 states

Facebook faces anti-trust action brought by US government and 48 states

Federal regulators asked Wednesday for Facebook to be ordered to divest its Instagram and WhatsApp messaging services as the U.S. government and 48 states and districts accused the company of abusing its market power in social networking to crush smaller competitors.
Facebook launches climate change information center and planing to become carbon neutral

Facebook launches climate change information center and planing to become carbon neutral

Facebook admits that climate change “is real” and that “the science is unambiguous and the need to act grows more urgent by the day” so they launch climate change information center. It also targets to achieve net zero carbon emissions and be supported fully by renewable energy in its own operations this year.
Facebook joins MRC to raise awareness about flood, drought

Facebook joins MRC to raise awareness about flood, drought

Facebook and the Mekong River Commission (MRC) Secretariat will join hands to provide early flood alert and drought monitoring information to communities and governments in the Lower Mekong region.
Google, Facebook will have to perform tax duty in Vietnam under new rules

Google, Facebook will have to perform tax duty in Vietnam under new rules

Google and Facebook will have to perform their tax duty and take responsibility for content verification of cross-border advertising services in Vietnam.
Vietnam seeks tighter control over Facebook, Google ads

Vietnam seeks tighter control over Facebook, Google ads

A proposed amendment to a government decree on advertising will require international advertising service providers to block and remove illegal contents when demanded by authorities.
Zuckerberg to tell US Congress Facebook’s success is patriotic

Zuckerberg to tell US Congress Facebook’s success is patriotic

Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg is prepared with what he sees as a compelling argument for lawmakers willing to criticize him on antitrust issues: Hindering American tech innovation only helps China.
Chicago man reunites with his family after nearly 40 years

Chicago man reunites with his family after nearly 40 years

A Chicago man whose relatives had not heard from him in nearly four decades has been reunited with family members, thanks to a nursing home administrator who turned to social media after the 77-year-old man entered the home with no known next of kin.
Alibaba’s valuation surpasses Facebook, Chinese stocks spark concerns

Alibaba’s valuation surpasses Facebook, Chinese stocks spark concerns

Alibaba’s stock price shoots up, brought the market capitalization of the Chinese e-commerce mammoth top the global social network Facebook. However, experts were giving out warnings about the Chinese market.
Facebook COO says the largest social platform ‘has to get better’ on hateful content

Facebook COO says the largest social platform ‘has to get better’ on hateful content

Facebook Inc chief operating officer (COO) Sheryl Sandberg said the company needs to get better at removing hateful speech – a response to hundreds of companies that have stopped advertising on the social network for what they consider a failure to purge harmful content.
Facebook joins hands with Google and other tech companies to suspend processing Hong Kong government data requests

Facebook joins hands with Google and other tech companies to suspend processing Hong Kong government data requests

Some giant tech companies, including Facebook Inc, Google Inc, and Twitter Inc, are reviewing a new security law that gives China power to strictly control voices on social media platforms.
Mark Zuckerberg: advertisers' boycott of Facebook to end “soon enough”

Mark Zuckerberg: advertisers' boycott of Facebook to end “soon enough”

Hundreds of companies around the world have taken part in a temporary ad boycott against Facebook Inc.; however, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg affirmed that Facebook is not going to change its approach and it will be back “soon enough”.
EU proposes Facebook, Twitter and Google to report fake news monthly

EU proposes Facebook, Twitter and Google to report fake news monthly

Reports should be provided monthly by Facebook, Google and Twitter to fight fake news, two senior EU officials said on June 10.
World News Today: Trump signs executive order attempting to control social media

World News Today: Trump signs executive order attempting to control social media

World News Today May 29: Trump signs order that could punish social media companies for how they police content, drawing criticism and doubts of legality, the UK soon to lift coronavirus restrictions. Otherwise, US brings massive North Korea sanctions case focusing on bankers, etc are also the notable headlines of today’s world news. 
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