Rappler's latest stories on Rappler ban
'I had to be invisible to be present'
(UPDATED) Palace staff tell Rappler reporter Pia Ranada that the Go Negosyo event held outside Malacañang, where President Rodrigo Duterte is the guest of honor, is off limits to Rappler as well
(UPDATED) Rappler tracks the ever-changing reasons given by President Rodrigo Duterte and Malacañang officials about the ban prohibiting its reporters from covering the Palace
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This contradicts earlier statements from Malacañang officials, including President Rodrigo Duterte himself, that the ban on Rappler stems from the Securities and Exchange Commission's decision to revoke the media company's registration
'We will not implement [the SEC ruling] until after the final and binding decision of the Court of Appeals or the Supreme Court,' says Securities and Exchange Commission chairperson Teresita Herbosa
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'FOCAP considers this as a blatant attack on freedom of the press, a right guaranteed by the Philippine Constitution and the United Nations'
Previously, Rappler reporter Pia Ranada was only barred from entering the Palace but could enter the New Executive Building which houses the Press Working Area