The Philippine Judges Association (PJA) on Monday, June 22, denounced the criticisms made against the judiciary due to cyberlibel conviction of Rappler executive editor Maria Ressa.
Department of Justice (DOJ) Undersecretary Markk Perete on Tuesday (June 16) said the the cyberlibel conviction Rappler executive editor Maria Ressa and its former researcher-writer Reynaldo Santos Jr. is not the first in the country.
Despite the cyberlibel conviction of Rappler executive editor Maria Angelita Ressa and former researcher-writer Reynaldo Santos Jr., businessman Wilfredo Keng on Monday (June 15) said he has yet to get over the “lies” written against him.
Free Legal Assistance Group (FLAG) chairman and human rights lawyer Chel Diokno on Monday (June 15) vowed to fight the cyberlibel conviction of Rappler Ressa and her former researcher-writer Reynaldo Santos Jr.
Rappler CEO Maria Angelita Ressa and ex-reporter Rey Santos Jr. can still avail of options following their conviction for cyberlibel by a Manila court on Monday, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said.
Opposition Senator Francis Pangilinan has scored the guilty verdict rendered to Rappler founder and CEO Maria Ressa following the 2012 cyber libel case filed by businessman Wilfredo Keng.
The camp of businessman Wilfredo Keng on Saturday (June 13) expressed confidence he will win in his cyberlibel case against news website Rappler.
Under siege Speaker Alan Peter Cayetano will not go down without a fight.
Rappler executive Maria Ressa and her co-accused have been allowed by a Manila court to file a demurrer to evidence and challenge the evidence presented against them during the trial of their cyberlibel case.
Using Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms to spread terrorist propaganda may be included in the coverage of the proposed anti-terrorism act.
The Pasay City Prosecutor’s Office sided with Senator Antonio Trillanes IV and recommended the filing of a cyberlibel charge against Thinking Pinoy blogger RJ Nieto over a Facebook post claiming that US President Donald Trump called the opposition senator a drug lord.
The woes of popular news website Rappler continue to pile up as the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has filed a cyberlibel complaint over an article about businessman Wilfredo Keng.
Rappler CEO Maria Ressa said the subpoena served to her by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) in connection to a cyberlibel case is eating her time for work.