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The US State Department observes suspicious activity on Twitter during the period of the protests
The embattled senator’s image turned from dignified to dishonorable in just 3 years. Here’s how social media had a hand in all of it.
From #Seagames2019fail to #Seagamesnotafailure – Rappler maps how the conversations on the SEA Games pan out on social media
We set the record straight on posts saying the press is intentionally misleading the public on SEA Games issues
The Palace accuses Vice President Leni Robredo of failing to present a new anti-drugs plan, failing to visit communities affected by illegal drugs, and 'baiting' international groups to probe the drug war. Do the claims hold water?
Conclusion: For the Marcos comeback playbook, facts don't matter
Part 2: Messages posted on groups and pages monitored by Rappler's Sharktank typically also glorified the virtues of authoritarian rule
Disinformation, coordinated amplification, use of an extensive network of anonymously-managed pages and groups are part of the Marcos comeback playbook
Some misleading headlines can be funny and harmless, but they can also affect matters of public interest. Here's what you can do to keep them from spreading.
Sino ang madalas na target ng disinformation sa Pilipinas? Pakinggan sa talakayan ng researcher-writers na sila Jodesz Gavilan at Vernise Tantuco.
Rappler's JC Gotinga talks to Jonathan Ong about how disinformation has evolved in the 2019 elections
A new study shows how online propaganda operations in the Philippines have developed new underground tactics
(UPDATED) Facebook takes down pages linked to the disinformation network