President Rodrigo Duterte went on a fresh rant against foreign-funded organizations led by Rappler amid allegations that they are plotting to oust him from power.
Malacanang denied that Rappler chief Maria Ressa had not be accorded due process law following her arrest for alleged violation of the anti-dummy law on Wednesday.
Former Senator Juan Ponce Enrile is scratching his head why Rappler CEO Maria Ressa, the self-appointed defender of the Philippine press, is making a big fuss about the libel case filed against her Pierre Omidyar-funded news website.
Ebay founder Pierre Omidyar may not be in the spotlight as much as Silicon Valley bilyonaryos Jeff Bezos, Peter Thiel and Eric Schmidt, but he wields tremendous power over a lot of media organizations and watchdog groups worldwide.
Ever wondered how Rappler was chosen by Facebook to become one of its two fact-checkers in the Philippines out of more established media organizations?
President Rodrigo Duterte swears he had nothing to do with the Securities and Exchange Commission's decision to revoke web-only news site Rappler's for violating the constitutional provision limiting meda ownership only to Filipinos.
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque slammed Rappler and its boss, Maria Ressa, for their priggishness in claiming that the closure order on the web-only news site was the handiwork of President Rodrigo Duterte.
President Rodrigo Duterte has slammed the online multimedia site Rappler for accusing the administration of wrongdoing when it also skirts the law concerning media ownership.
Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II on Tuesday (January 16) he is studying what kind of violations online media Rappler may have committed.
Malacañang has chided journalist Maria Ressa for claiming that the online multimedia website Rappler is a victim of an attack on press freedom after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) ordered it to shut down.
Chills went down the spine of journalists in the country following the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) order to shutter web-only news site Rappler.