Rappler's latest stories on pro Duterte bloggers
Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque says pro-Duterte bloggers have become viable sources of information for netizens who don't trust media outlets critical of the administration
Technology hits a tipping point and transforms global power structures. In 2017, social media splintered the public space essential for democracy.
The Presidential Spokesman maintains he has fulfilled Duterte's orders: 'I stated what I think is right, and I stated what I think is true'
They ask President Duterte's spokesperson to resign after he said he'd explain to supporters how valuable critical journalism had been to the government and even to Duterte's electoral victory in 2016
3rd UPDATE The Ilocos Norte governor joins the trip to meet Ilocano OFWs in the Middle East Uson is there to boost morale and well being among OFWs says Malacañang
Pro Duterte bloggers bristle at proposals prohibiting them from using offensive language saying this is what makes their blogs popular
Bloggers who apply for Palace accreditation must commit to publishing only truthful and accurate information according to a draft PCOO memorandum circular
The policy will allow bloggers to be recognized as legitimate sources of information and provide a system of accreditation says the Presidential Communications Operations Office
President Rodrigo Duterte gives the go signal for some bloggers to occasionally cover Palace events like press briefings and presidential activities