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Maria Ressa, chief executive officer of news website Rappler, Inc., which is known for its tough scrutiny of President Rodrigo R. Duterte, pleaded not...
THE trial of Rappler — a news website critical of President Rodrigo R. Duterte — and its executive director for cyber-libel will proceed on Dec. 6 after a Manila court denied a plea to dismiss the case.
A PASIG City Regional Trial Court (RTC) has returned to the prosecutors for preliminary investigation the case involving online news site Rappler’s officials for alleged violation of the Securities and Regulation Code (SRC).
A MANILA trial court has allowed news website Rappler to file a motion seeking to dismiss a cyberlibel suit against it and its founder.
THE government’s top lawyer supports the ban of online news website Rappler from presidential events, saying it failed to present a “genuine issue on the alleged” abridgment of free press.”
A US LAW firm has offered free lobby services to Maria Ressa, who heads Rappler, Inc. — a news website critical of President Rodrigo R. Duterte — to “build awareness and concern” about her criminal cases in the Philippines, according to twin filings in both Houses of the US Congress.
FORTY-ONE (41) journalists from various media organizations joined Rappler in its bid to the Supreme Court (SC) to nullify President Rodrigo R. Duterte’s banning the online news site’s reporters from covering events he attends.
MANILA regional trial court (RTC) Branch 46 has denied for lack of merit the appeal of Rappler, Inc. and its CEO and Executive Editor Maria A. Ressa and former researcher Reynaldo Santos, Jr. to dismiss their cyber-libel case, with the arraignment of the case thus proceeding on April 16.
ONLINE NEWS site Rappler asked the Supreme Court (SC) to stop the government from enforcing President Rodrigo R. Duterte’s order banning its reporters from covering any event the President attends.
ONLINE news site Rappler CEO and executive editor Maria Angelita Ressa was released Friday upon posting P90,000 bail, following her latest arrest upon arrival at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in connection with charges of violation of the Anti-Dummy Law.
ONLINE NEWS site Rappler CEO and Executive Editor Maria A. Ressa and six other members of its 2016 Board of Directors were charged by the Pasig Prosecutor’s Office with violation of the Anti-Dummy Law.
THE COURT of Appeals (CA) has denied for lack of merit the motion for partial reconsideration by Rappler, Inc. and Rappler Holdings Corp. (RHC) on their case with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) over the alleged violation of foreign equity restriction by Rappler and its holding company.
BUSINESSMAN Wilfredo D. Keng in a new statement on Friday maintained that the cyber libel case he filed against online news site Rappler and its CEO Maria A. Ressa is “a private criminal action” and “my personal fight to vindicate my name against the acts of an unethical and irresponsible few.”
THE DEPARTMENT of Justice (DoJ) has recommended the filing of a cyber-libel case against Rappler, Inc., Chief Executive Officer Maria Angelita Ressa, and one of its reporters over an article published in 2012 in connection with businessman Wilfredo D. Keng.
RAPPLER Holdings Corp. (RHC) and its CEO and executive editor Maria A. Ressa has filed a motion seeking to nullify a tax evasion case filed by the Department of Justice (DoJ) before a Pasig City court, arguing that it does not have jurisdiction over the case due to procedural issues.
PRESIDENT RODRIGO R. Duterte has no hand in the legal battle of Rappler.com and its CEO and executive editor Maria A. Ressa, Malacañang said on Monday.
THE Court of Appeals (CA) has denied the petition of online news site Rappler.com to reverse the decision of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) revoking its incorporation papers for failing to meet the constitutional limits on foreign ownership.
By Camille A. Aguinaldo SHOULD PUBLIC officials let go of their private blogs in social media once they enter government? This question was raised on...