#ThewRap: Videos you need to watch this week, January 29-February 3, 2018

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Hello!

Dear Rappler readers,

The week started with Rappler Inc and Rappler Holdings Corporation filing a petition for review questioning the revocation of the entities' certificates of incorporation before the Court of Appeals. On the same day, ex-senator Bongbong Marcos says questionable marks in the ballot images of 12 towns in Camarines Sur and Negros Oriental indicate victory was stolen from him by Vice President Leni Robredo.

On Tuesday, the Philippine Senate continued its probe on the proliferation of fake news, attended by journalists, bloggers, civil society representatives, and government officials. A highlight of the hearing included the Senator Manny Pacquiao calling out Communications Undersecretary Lorraine Badoy telling lies about him.

Rappler on Thursday submitted to the National Bureau of Investigation its counter-affidavit against a cyber libel complaint.

In other news, boxer Jerwin Ancajas tries to make his impact in the United States, beginning with his fourth title defense Saturday, February 3 (Sunday Manila time) when he meets Israel Gonzalez. Will he become the next big name in boxing after Manny Pacquiao? Watch out for the outcome of Jerwin's fight Sunday.

Here are the stories we think you should not miss.

Rappler takes SEC case to the Court of Appeals

(UPDATED) Rappler's petition for review cites procedural and substantive processes which were violated, and points out how Rappler's PDRs were singled out

Ballot images show Robredo colluded with Comelec, Smartmatic – Marcos

Defeated vice presidential bet Bongbong Marcos alleges the electoral fraud was conducted in 8 regional hubs that the Comelec created to address SD card concerns during the May 2016 polls

WATCH: Senate hearing on fake news online

Watch the hearing on the proliferation of fake news online on Rappler

Pacquiao confronts Lorraine Badoy for spreading fake news vs him

Communications Undersecretary Lorraine Badoy apologizes to Senator Manny Pacquiao for her malicious post against him during the 2016 polls, and tells him that she too has been on the 'receiving end of lies and inaccuracies'

Rappler answers cyber libel complaint at NBI

Rappler CEO Maria Ressa asks the National Bureau of Investigation to stop the investigation for lack of legal basis

Jerwin Ancajas debuts in U.S. to defend IBF jr bantamweight belt

It is new territory for the 26-year-old from Panabo City and he hopes to live up to expectations of fans looking for the next great Filipino fighter

[Right Of Way] The fault in our signs, part 2

Have you ever gotten into trouble because of a barely readable road sign? Watch this episode – the second in a series – about problematic road signs in the Philippines

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