The Nobel Peace Prize winner advises on US elections

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Elections are the backbone of the democratic process. And social media is a growing threat to the integrity of elections around the world.The Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa with her media company Rappler - once connected to the Hawaiian billionaire - stands for the truth.In Metro Manila on the third floor of an office building in the hip Capitol Commons area, it's business as usual.They go ahead with the deal, the stories are filed, but at any moment the Philippine government could bring it all down. Rappler's business license was revoked in 2018 after it allegedly violated the Philippine Constitution's ban on foreign ownership of Philippine media -- all because of its Hawaii report.In 2015, Honolulu Civic Beat editor, Ebay founder and local philanthropist Peter Omidyar…
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