Rappler's latest stories on media security
The Mindanao Independent Press Council calls for a dialogue between journalists and security forces 'to tackle the problem of red-tagging...as a matter that hinges on human rights'
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines laments 'the apparent lack of interest of local government and security units to protect those so threatened'
The suspect, Rolly Mahilum, is said to be a 'close aide' of the family of Bislig City Mayor Librado Navarro
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'I think a crucial element of any healthy democracy is a healthy press and free press,' journalist Atom Araullo says
(UPDATED) Rappler's petition for review cites procedural and substantive processes which were violated, and points out how Rappler's PDRs were singled out
‘If Rappler can make out a case that this is actually malicious, the court cannot ignore that the government might be in violation of the constitutional guarantee to press freedom,’ says IBP national president Abdiel Dan Fajardo
PCOO Secretary Martin Andanar says government officials should know about the Duterte administration's commitment to protect media workers
Malacañang says they're checking on other pending cases of violence and media killings, including the Maguindanao massacre of 2009
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The prosecution will ask the court this month to render judgment on Akmad Ampatuan Sr and Anwar Ampatuan Sr, says Presidential Task Force on Media Security chief Joel Egco
We don’t mind being criticized; we just ask that it be honest and factual
Rappler is not alone in this challenging environment. Other journalists and media companies have been subjected to covert and overt forms of harassment.
The Catanduanes cop charged with murder in the Larry Que case is the same policeman who is now accusing his superiors of giving kill orders against drug suspects
Radio journalist Jun Paneiro is reportedly threatened by Davao del Sur governor Douglas Cagas The task force wants the PNP to give the case priority
It s grief and rage on social media after the Charlie Hebdo killings
UPDATED Interior Minister Jorge Fernandez Diaz says the country s anti terrorist security level is being upgraded a notch and that the government is exchanging information with France
4 French journalists taken hostage in Syria last year are free after a 10 month ordeal in the world s most dangerous country for the media
Monday s trial is the first one arising from the scandal that sank Rupert Murdoch s News of the World newspaper