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'Unapologetic' fake news spreaders an 'insult' to gov't officials – Robredo
Vice President Leni Robredo says of government officials spreading false information online: 'Papayagan ba natin na iyong kasamaang ganito iyong magpe-prevail?'
Bongbong Marcos: 'My family has been suffering from fake news'
Ex-senator Bongbong Marcos believes bloggers, regardless of their affiliations, should not be suppressed. Instead, he thinks it's the readers' responsibility to stop reading blogs they believe are making false claims.
Australian envoy to PH: Fake news 'a threat to democracy'
Australian Ambassador Amanda Gorely hails the mainstream media s very important role in a democracy in this era of so called fake news
After 2 hearings, FOI bill now up for Senate debate
The bill which covers all branches of government seeks to mandate the disclosure of public documents on government websites
Call for applications: Biodiversity reporting 101
Those interested to learn more about biodiversity of the ASEAN region can apply until November 25 2015
Media chief held in Turkey swoop on Erdogan opponents
Turkish plain clothed police officers detain Ekrem Dumanli chief editor of Zaman newspapers
Reporting in Filipino: Words that journalists often get wrong
Is it impluwensya or impluwensiya ? What s the difference between kaganapan and pangyayari ? When do we not use sa pagitan ng ? The media sometimes doesn t help clarify
On RH law, CBCP head takes cue from Francis
The CBCP president Lingayen Dagupan Archbishop Socrates Villegas says critics of the Reproductive Health law should always be loving
FOI passes Senate Committee
The Freedom of Information bill which would make public information accessible passes the Senate committee level
Growth in Internet complicated privacy – Leveson
Justice Brian Leveson says it is not easy to address the media privacy debate because of the Internet s growth