Rappler's latest stories on netizens
Are we – as individuals, as a people, and as a nation – truly free? Netizens don't seem to think so.
Filipinos react to the Commission on Elections' decision approving the last-minute bid of Ronald Cardema to become a party-list nominee
'Ito ang mga kaluluwa ng ating pagkakakilanlan,' says a netizen who joined others on social media in slamming the High Court’s decision to make Filipino and Panitikan optional in college
Is predominantly Catholic Philippines ready for same-sex marriage?
Netizens are frustrated over the partial, unofficial results of the senatorial elections
Netizens are taking to social media to raise concerns over alleged cases of electoral fraud in different areas
Netizens poke fun at the latest matrix released by Malacañang
On Twitter, hashtags #HoldTheLine and #DefendPressFreedom quickly trend as netizens slam the second arrest of Rappler CEO and Executive Editor Maria Ressa
(UPDATED) The National Union of Students of the Philippines says National Youth Commission Chairman Ronald Cardema should resign for making such a proposal
The arrest triggers an outpouring of comments from netizens lambasting the move as a desperate effort to silence critics and intimidate the press
'Are tears banned too?' an irate netizen asks Metro Manila's train officials
Netizens believe that jail is not the place for 9-year-old children to learn from their mistakes
According to the Guinness World Records website, record managers no longer monitor attempts which are detrimental to the environment
There was a lot of trash talk when netizens found out about the garbage in Luneta on Christmas Day
How do you think should the academic institution address this bullying incident?
Did Miss Universe 2018 Catriona Gray ‘romanticize’ poverty in her winning answer?
Netizens celebrate Angela Ponce's stint at the Miss Universe pageant
Restricting 'the freedom of many because of the radical minds of [a] few is too much,' says one Mindanaoan
While Bong Revilla praises the verdict on him, netizens say it's one amazing story!
Many posts express great pride in the Maroons for coming so far after so long and instilling hope in the UP community
Just two weeks after the UP Fighting Maroons booked their first UAAP Final Four appearance in 21 years, here's another historic feat that deserves to be celebrated
The stark contrast between how PNP is handling the former first lady's case and other recent controversial arrest cases did not escape the attention of many Filipino netizens
There is also online clamor for senatorial bet Pia Cayetano to respond to President Rodrigo Duterte's misogynistic remarks
This is the eighth recorded incident of farmers being killed under Duterte's administration
Would you stop using a company's products or services if they become affiliated with a politician or political stance?
Speculations on why the controversial ex-communications official stepped down flood Twitter
Netizens express their frustration over the téte-a-téte
How do you feel about her rise to the judiciary's top seat?
After drawing flak online, the organizers claim that a final version of the SEA Games logo will be released in November
Although President Rodrigo Duterte's choice isn't unexpected, some Filipinos hope it wouldn't become reality
Singles feel the brunt of MMDA's bandaid solution to traffic congestion in EDSA during rush hour.
Motorists take to social media in response to the MMDA's proposed ban on driver-only cars along EDSA
(UPDATED) Netizens have been sharing photos of trashed condiments in response to the violent dispersal outside NutriAsia's plant in Marilao, Bulacan
(UPDATED) 'Do not panic? Eh mas nagpanic pa ako doon sa alarm sound, muntik ko pa itapon phone ko,' says one irate netizen
Several sports personalities and other social media users point out how disappointing the game turned out
James Harden wins the MVP title over LeBron James while Ben Simmons is not a 'true rookie'
Social media users point out that it's already 2018 and the President's 'sexist stereotyping' and misogynistic remarks are not acceptable
'Pati kaming taga-Aklan talaga hindi makauwi, walang flight pa-Kalibo dahil sa closure na 'yan! Ano lalangoy kami?' tweets one irate netizen
'When we're talking about policy, we're very firm.... Mali ang magtinda sa kalsada,' says MMDA OIC General Manager Jojo Garcia, after a viral video of a vendor being caught and mauled sparked outrage
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On December 4, the House of Representatives approves a bill that seeks to improve the Philippines' HIV and AIDS policy
In the age of selfies, trolls, and bots, facts matter immensely to the Filipino netizen
'Harry Roque's MRT stunt is so fake, you can actually buy it at Greenhills,' reads one tweet
For many drivers and passengers, motorcycle ride-hailing app Angkas is convenient and saves time
Angkas has been widely used by its passengers as an alternative to the inefficient public transport in Metro Manila and to slip through the city's horrible traffic
'Her ugliness is extraordinary,' writes Assistant Secretary Lorraine Marie Badoy on her blog and Facebook
Netizens take to social media their frustration over the network's service interruptions, putting 'Globe' to the top trending topics in the Philippines on Monday morning
With political issues polarizing society, PH netizens come out united to thank their teachers
(UPDATED) Political rallies are also expected to be massive, prompting President Rodrigo Duterte to suspend government work and classes in Metro Manila
Here s how you can ask your district or sectoral representatives about their vote on the proposed 2018 budget of the Commission on Human Rights which the House reduced to P1 000