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It’s a new list from the business news and features platform known for its 30 Under 30 List.
Forbes is known for its rich lists and 30 Under 30 list, which recognizes achievements by young people in various sectors and discipline. But the business news and features platform has come out with a brand new list that puts the spotlight ...
 
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"What are you willing to sacrifice for the truth?"
Rappler founder and CEO Maria is the recipient of the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize. The Nobel Committee honored Ressa for her "efforts to safeguard freedom of expression, which is a precondition for democracy and lasting peace." She is the first-ever Filipino to be ...
 
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The UN had urged the Philippines to allow Ressa to claim her award. 
The Court of Appeals has allowed Rappler CEO Maria Ressa to travel to Oslo, Norway, to personally accept her Nobel Peace Prize for 2021.According to a Rappler report, The CA’s Special Seventh Division issued a resolution Friday, December 3, granting Ressa’s motion ...
 
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She received approval to travel from the courts. 
Nobel laureate and Rappler CEO Maria Ressa left for Cambridge, Massachusetts, early Sunday, October 31, for a series of lectures as a Shorenstein fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) and as part of the Hauser Leadership Program. Ressa received approval to ...
 
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There’s no overstating the fact that Maria Ressa’s Nobel Peace Prize win is a pretty big deal. For the first time ever, a Filipino is a Nobel laureate; an honor that has previously gone to people like Dr. Martin Luther King, Bishop ...
 
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Ressa was recently convicted on libel and tax evasion charges.
Maria Ressa says she didn't take Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte seriously when he declared four years ago that "corrupt" journalists weren't "exempted from assassination.""In 2016, it was really, really laughable. And I thought, 'Oh, doesn't matter.' I laughed," said the country's most ...
 
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The world is watching.
On June 15, the Manila Regional Trial Court found Maria Ressa, CEO of Rappler, guilty of cyber libel. The landmark decision set a precedent for future cases to be filed not only against journalists but also against ordinary citizens accused of cyber ...
 
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Maria Ressa posted bail eight times within 14 months
The Manila Regional Trial Court Branch 46 on June 15 ruled Rappler chief Maria Ressa and reporter Reynaldo Santos Jr. guilty of cyber libel. The case stemmed from a complaint filed by property developer Wilfredo Keng alleging defamation in an article published in May ...
 
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Ressa was found guilty along with former Rappler writer-researcher Reynaldo Santos Jr.
Maria Ressa, CEO of Rappler, and former writer and researcher Reynaldo Santos, have been convicted of cyber libel.The decision was handed down by Judge Rainelda Estacio-Montesa of the Manila Regional Trial Court  on Monday, June 15.Judge Estacio-Morales ruled that Rappler as a ...
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