A regulatory body fined Facebook and Netflix a combined 6.69 billion won ($5.7 million) for violating personal information protection laws on Wednesday.
Tesla and Apple have long been the most popular foreign stocks for Korean investors — but not anymore.
Sharing one’s life on social media has become an everyday occurrence for many. But nowadays, rather than posting a photo on their feeds, many people prefer to make “stories.” Major social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram offer ...
Facebook is reportedly under investigation for forcing app developers to advertise exclusively on its platform and not with its rivals
Facebook and Netflix have disclosed their Korean financials for the first time ever following a change in the law.
SK Telecom has started domestic sales of Facebook’s latest Oculus virtual reality (VR) headset in Korea, a move that aims to capture the growing interest in augmented reality (AR) and VR headsets.
Naver, Kakao and Wavve have been designated as content providers legally obliged to take responsibility for network stability, according to the Ministry of Science and ICT on Monday. They were named alongside Google, Netflix and Facebook.
Singer Kim Jang-hoon is pulling the plug on his Facebook account due to fake fan clubs that have sprung up. “I will be closing this account soon,” Kim announced on Facebook Wednesday. “One of my longtime fans impersonated me [through fake accounts]..
Online shopping vendors that built their websites with Cafe24, a Korean e-commerce platform provider, are now able to automatically update their products on Facebook Shops.
Facebook has been ordered to pay over 6.8 billion won ($6.1 million) in penalties for the improper use of consumer information.