Fact Check

Rappler values truth-telling, facts, and factual reporting. We correct at the first instance inaccuracies spotted in our own reports and false claims made by public officials, key public personalities, and other accounts on social media. Fact-checking is done both internally and externally to create and sustain an environment anchored on truth, which is essential to a healthy and working democracy.

If you suspect a Facebook page, group, account, a website, or an article is spreading false information, let Rappler know by contacting us at factcheck@rappler.com. Let us battle disinformation one Fact Check at a time.

How we fact check | Corrections Page | Frequently Asked Questions

Rappler sustains its efforts to fact-checking enterprise and related efforts to combat disinformation online with support from the National Endowment of Democracy (NED), UNESCO, Internews, Meedan, and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF).

#FactsFirstPH, the collaborative initiative against disinformation that Rappler is leading, is supported by tech partners Meedan and the Google News Initiative.

Rappler is a verified signatory to the fact checkers’ code of ethics of the International Fact-Checkers Network (IFCN) at Poynter. Complaints about possible violations to the IFCN Code of Principles can be coursed through the IFCN.


Fact Check

FACT CHECK: Value of peso against dollar already declining during Marcos years

FACT CHECK: Value of peso against dollar already declining during Marcos years

Fact Check

FACT CHECK: MMDA’s no contact apprehension policy still suspended

FACT CHECK: MMDA’s no contact apprehension policy still suspended

Fact Check

FACT CHECK: No Marcos gold bars deposited in World Bank

FACT CHECK: No Marcos gold bars deposited in World Bank
Fact Check

FACT CHECK: Indigent seniors to get P1,000 monthly pension, not P2,000

FACT CHECK: Indigent seniors to get P1,000 monthly pension, not P2,000