Malacañang has stood firm and defended the legitimacy of the criminal charges against Maria Ressa, the founder of news site Rappler.
The Philippine Daily Inquirer’s Associate Editor for Readership has slammed Rappler for its failure to provide context to a report about the supposed “painful cuts” that the newspaper is undertaking to stay afloat amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Willie Revillame has called out Rappler for reporting that he “hijacked” a briefing of Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque last week when he appeared there as a guest.
Rappler founder and CEO Maria Ressa is drawing flak on social media for calling the Southern Philippines Medical Center (SPMC) a “Davao hospital” which got the lion’s share of Philhealth’s advance payments to hospitals for COVID-19 cases.
Manila trial court Judge Rainelda Estacio-Montesa has turned down the appeal of Rappler executive Maria Ressa and former reasercher-writer Reynaldo Santos Jr. to overturn their cyber libel conviction.
Three hundred employees of ABS-CBN lost their jobs in a day in 2005, no thanks to Rappler founder and chief executive officer Maria Ressa.
Malacañang has accused Rappler CEO and executive editor Maria Ressa of “playing the victim card” in her recent comment about the closure of ABS-CBN after a House panel denied its bid for a broadcast franchise.
The camp of former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has denied Rappler’s report that he asked the help of British political consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica to “rebrand” his family’s image.
Compiling evidence against veteran journalist Maria Ressa, editor and CEO of news website Rappler, is part of President Rodrigo Duterte’s job, his spokesman said.
Wilfredo Keng, the businessman who sued Rappler chief executive officer Maria Ressa for libel, was invited to invest P100 million in the online news company shortly before it republished the damaging article against him.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro “Teddyboy” Locsin Jr. has advised Rappler chief executive officer Maria Ressa to appeal her cyber libel conviction to a higher court instead of playing victim on social media.
No less than former Supreme Court Chief Justice Artemio Panganiban has found Rappler’s 2012 article linking businessman Wilfredo Keng to human trafficking and drug smuggling libelous.
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.
Acclaimed writer Katrina Stuart Santiago scoffs at Rappler’s claim it’s an independent media entity.
Acclaimed writer Katrina Stuart Santiago isn’t buying Rappler chief executive officer Maria Ressa’s claim that her cyber libel conviction is an attack on press freedom.
Rappler executive editor Maria Angelita Ressa is facing another cyber libel complaint over a tweet she made concerning businessman Wilfredo Keng.
The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) has set aside its anti-American sentiment to denounce the conviction for cyber libel of Rappler’s Filipino American chief executive officer, Maria Angelita Ressa.
Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Undersecretary Lorraine Badoy has accused a ranking official of St. Scholastica’s College (SSC) of ties with the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and New People’s Army (NPA) after the nun lambasted the judge who convicted Rappler chief executive officer Maria Ressa of cyber libel.
Rappler founder and chief executive officer Maria Ressa wants to drag other Philippine media companies into her legal woes as she seeks to generate public sympathy after her conviction for cyber libel.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Teddy Locsin thinks Rappler executive editor Maria Angelita Ressa is being too dramatic just because she lost a cyber libel case.
Rappler chief executive officer Maria Angelita Ressa and her supporters are “blurring the lines” between press freedom and legal obligations by blaming President Rodrigo Duterte for her conviction on a cyber libel case, a Palace official said on Wednesday.
The cyber libel conviction of Rappler’s Chief Executive Officer Maria Ressa was a case of “bad journalism” and “bad lawyering,” Malacañang said.
Rappler didn’t publish a clarificatory article clearing businessman Wilfredo Keng of involvement in drug smuggling because it didn’t trust the certification issued in his favor by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA).
An administrator of St. Scholastica’s College (SSC) has expressed dismay with the judge who convicted Rappler founder and chief executive officer Maria Ressa of cyber libel.