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Human Rights Watch slams Sotto's fake news bill

Jul 26, 2019 - 2:33 PM

The punishable acts will still be liable under the current Cybercrime Law, but the meat of the measure are the added powers of the Department of Justice

FAKE NEWS BILL. Senate President Vicente "Tito" Sotto III files Senate Bill No. 9 or the Anti-False Content Bill. Photo by Angie de Silva/Rappler

#ThewRap: Things you need to know, June 21, 2018

Jun 21, 2018 - 12:53 PM

Hello! Here are the stories you shouldn't miss this Thursday.

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, in his speech during the 120th Anniversary of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) at the DFA Office in Pasay City on June 18, 2018, reiterates his stance of improving the peace and order situation in the country so that it would become more conducive for progress. SIMEON CELI JR./PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO

Roque to opposition: Bill vs officials spreading 'fake news' would be used against you

Jun 20, 2018 - 4:55 PM

'Ito po magagamit sa oposisyon. Kayo po nasa oposiyon, kami hindi. So 'yun po ang iniiwasan natin, lalong-lalo na walang depenisyon, magagamit sa panunupil,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque

FAKE NEWS. Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque and opposition Senator Antonio Trillanes IV shake hands ahead of the Senate hearing on the bill seeking to penalize government officials for spreading fake news. Photo by Angie de Silva/Rappler

Roque says he'll resign if Poe's 'fake news' bill becomes law

Feb 13, 2018 - 1:41 PM

Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque says he himself would question the constitutionality of Senator Grace Poe's bill in the Supreme Court if it becomes law

Presidential Spokesperson Atty. Harry Roque, during a press briefing in Malacañang on January 22, 2018 is happy to announce that around 175,000 farmers have benefited from the free crop insurance from the Philippine Crop Insurance Corporation in 2017. The insurance claims, which amounted to P1.7-billion, is 24 percent higher than the P1.5-billion worth of claims paid in 2016. YANCY LIM/PRESIDENTIAL PHOTO