Rappler's latest stories on hearing on fake news
Centerlaw lawyer Gilbert Andres cautions against tagging 'political opinion' as 'fake news'
(UPDATED) PCOO Undersecretary Lorraine Badoy tells senators it's just her opinion, but she is told public officials like her are expected to be more responsible with their speech
'You cannot just attack a person without basis, and then hide behind the skirt of free expression,' says Senator Grace Poe at the second Senate hearing on fake news
UP professor Clarissa David explains the spread of disinformation and misinformation on social media, its impact online and offline, and the steps we can take to address it
This comes as the Duterte administration is accused of funding propaganda bloggers, such as Mocha Uson, to spread fake news and sway public opinion
On Facebook, Mocha Uson Blog rebroadcasts video from PTV while Uson – who claims that she alone handles her blog – is seated in a 5-hour Senate hearing on fake news
(3rd UPDATE) Based on a document downloaded by Rappler from a government website, blogger Rey Joseph Nieto clinched a P30,000 ($587) consultancy contract with BCDA
Pro-Duterte blogger Rey Joseph Nieto says the P12,000 he receives from the Department of Foreign Affairs, where he is consultant, is just a 'pittance'
Senator Nancy Binay reminds Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson that all government officials are bound by the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees
'I'm a blogger, not a journalist,' Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson tells Senator Paolo Benigno Aquino IV, when he asks if she ever tried to get the side of people she has attacked in her blog
Communications Assistant Secretary Mocha Uson says she attended the Senate hearing on fake news to support the campaign against spreading false information online