Senator Sherwin Gatchalian points out the mistake himself
Building digital resilience against fake news
How should the Church respond to the unique challenges it is now confronting in the time of Duterte and social media?
The International Press Institute hails Rappler's commitment to critical reporting and its innovation
After being blamed for allowing misinformation and manipulation during the 2016 US election, Facebook steps up efforts to clamp down on fake accounts and the spread of hoaxes, rumors and other false information
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Outgoing Norwegian Ambassador Erik Førner pushes for the resumption of peace talks with communist rebels
(UPDATED) 'They will [take it down]... because it's fake news. It's [the] original fake news,' says Senate President Vicente Sotto III
Avoid retelling the lies. That's how propaganda works on the brain: through repetition, even when part of that repetition is fact-checking.
The Presidential Communications Operations Office draws flak yet again for using the wrong name for the late National Security Adviser Jose Roilo Golez in its media releases
PCOO Undersecretary Lorraine Badoy dismisses the gaffe as a typo
The Reuters Institute report, which covers 37 countries in five continents, says that the use of social media for news fell by 6 percentage points in the United States compared to last year
'These killings, alongside the thousands of deaths in the drug war, are grim reminders of the vulnerability of the poor and those who speak out for their rights,' says Human Rights Watch's Carlos Conde
The Philippine National Police now avoids trial by publicity for suspects they arrest, but only after scores of accused have been paraded for millions to see
Perempuan sering menjadi korban dari cyber crime. Produk budaya dan nilai tradisional mempengaruhi fenomena ini
The presence of media in anti-illegal drugs raids and apprehensions should be limited to 'coverage for journalism purposes,' the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines says in a resolution
Journalists need to ramp up their coverage of disinformation actors, even outside of election periods. They can partner with others, including communities, in combating pollution of the information environment.
Mohammed Abed al-Baba, who has worked for Agence France-Presse in Gaza since 2000, says he was shot in the leg while wearing a clearly identified press vest and helmet
RSF says Dennis Denora is the 6th journalist murdered during the term of President Rodrigo Duterte
Australia has 15 million Facebook users. Its lawmakers wants the Facebook CEO to explain why it shared data with Chinese device makers
The site's editor blasts Buzzfeed's closure decision in spite of what he says were great site numbers in the past months
The bug potentially makes public some private posts made between May 18 and May 27
(UPDATED) Fellow journalists in Davao del Norte mourn and condemn the killing of newspaper publisher Dennis Denora
The social network also announces that they're working on a 'Breaking News' label to adorn posts in News Feed, and a 'Today' section dedicated to 'breaking and important news' from local publishers
Huawei responds to security concerns raised by US authorities, saying that they didn't collect or store any Facebook user data, and that the partnership was only to make Facebook services more convenient for users
The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) calls on President Rodrigo Duterte to lift the ban on Rappler reporters covering his events
Lagpas na sa sapat ang sexist remarks ni Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte upang mag-alsa ang babae. Kailan nga ba ang tamang oras para lumaban?
According to the Pew Research Center survey, 51 percent of US teens ages 13 to 17 use Facebook, compared with 85 percent for YouTube, 72 percent for Instagram and 69 percent who are on Snapchat
According to United Nations Special Rapporteur David Kaye, hate speech should be regulated when it incites violence or when it undermines other people's right to express themselves freely
Netizens highlight the ways in which an overburdened public school system affects students and teachers
'We're counting on their word of honor,' says Presidential Spokesman Harry Roque
'I leave it up to the COA kasi sila magsasabi kung may disallowance,' says Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat when asked what her agency will do about it
Communications Minister Sam Basil also considers replacing Facebook with a local social networking platform alternative
Rooms called 'Petmalu' and 'May Forever,' a secret videoke room, and a real-life Facebook wall – check out the things we saw at Facebook Philippines' new work playground
Netizens argue that the viral photos of nurses sleeping while on duty is a symptom of a deeper problem: the overwhelming gaps in the Philippine healthcare system
Social media users point out that it's already 2018 and the President's 'sexist stereotyping' and misogynistic remarks are not acceptable
From basketball courts to buildings with radar equipment, nearly 800 of these Chinese structures can be found in the West Philippine Sea
The workers, who are scheduled to leave the company by the end of June, were reportedly informed of their termination on May 22
The International Press Institute and International Media Support recognize Rappler's 'determination to hold authorities accountable despite aggressive attacks on its operations'
Here's a roundup of the scandals hounding the social media behemoth
Users now have the option to stop seeing posts from an account without unfollowing them
Amron Lopez tells us what it's like to manage digital native creators
After Vicente Sotto III's election as Senate president, some Filipinos remind the public about the controversies he got involved in before. But others say Sotto, as the most senior member of the Senate, deserves the post.
Using the hashtag #BabaeAko, Filipino women are taking to social media to fight President Rodrigo Duterte's sexist and misogynistic behavior
Closed-door talks are confirmed but other members of European Parliament demand a public hearing
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources says the flattening was done before Boracay's closure
Fake profiles make up 3% to 4% of all active accounts, reports the social network
Facebook says improved technology using artificial intelligence had helped it act on 3.4 million posts containing graphic violence, nearly three times more than it had in the last quarter of 2017
Snapchat rolls back its redesign after many complaints about their previous overhaul