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This is a presentation of Blogger Kevin Ray Chua, Cebu Bloggers Society, Inc. President and Co-Founder, about political blogging, libel and social media for the World Bloggers' Day 2011. This was ...

This is a presentation of Blogger Kevin Ray Chua, Cebu Bloggers Society, Inc. President and Co-Founder, about political blogging, libel and social media for the World Bloggers' Day 2011. This was presented last May 2, 2011 at the Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center, Lopez Jaena Street, Cebu City.

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    • World Bloggers’ Day 2011
      www.worldbloggersday.org
      Political Blogging, Libel and Social Media
      KEVIN RAY N. CHUA
      www.kevinraychua.com
      May 2, 2011
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Courtesy of http://blog.gts-translation.com/2010/12/21/bloggers-to-watch-in-2011-translation-and-localization-industry/
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      A political blog is a common type of blog that comments on politics. In liberal democracies the right to criticize the government without interference is considered an important element of free speech. In other jurisdictions bloggers use the uncensored nature of the internet to bypass state controlled news media but as a result may find themselves persecuted.
      Whereas some political blogs offer new insight and accurate reporting, others openly commit libel and slander.
      Courtesy of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_blog
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Courtesy of http://pagodkanaba.blogspot.com/
      Courtesy of http://newphilrevolution.blogspot.com/
      Courtesy of http://risingsun.dannyarao.com/
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      POLITICAL REPRESSION OF CYBER-DISSIDENTS
      The oppression or persecution of people for expressing their political views in the Internet.
      Along with development of the Internet, state authorities in many parts of the world are moving forward to install mass surveillance of the electronic communications, establish Internet censorship to limit the flow of information, and persecute individuals and groups who express “inconvenient” political views in the Internet. Many cyber-dissidents have found themselves persecuted for attempts to bypass state controlled news media.
      Courtesy of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Political_repression_of_cyber-dissidents
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Courtesy of http://march12.rsf.org/en/
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Courtesy of http://march12.rsf.org/en/
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Courtesy of
      http://en.rsf.org/press-freedom-index-2010,1034.html
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Courtesy of http://theory.isthereason.com/?p=391
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL
      Art. 353 “Definition of libel. – A libel is a public and malicious imputation of a crime, or of a vice or defect, real or imaginary, or any act, omission, condition, status, or circumstance tending to cause the dishonor, discredit, or contempt of a natural or juridical person, or to blacken the memory of one who is dead.”
      - Revised Penal Code
      Courtesy of http://www.chanrobles.com/revisedpenalcodeofthephilippinesbook2.htm
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LEGAL TOOL KIT
      • Good and responsible reporting
      • Cite/attribute to sources
      • Observe news qualities
      • Accurate (heart of journalism)
      • Clear
      • Concise
      • Fair/balanced
      Courtesy of Libel and Court Procedure: Legal Tool Kit VS libel & in Covering Media Killings by Atty. PJ Quinsayas
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL is a crime against honor
      Defamation
      Identity
      Malice
      Malice in law, i.e., presumed
      Exception: Art. 354 RPC
      Publicity
      Courtesy of Libel and Court Procedure: Legal Tool Kit VS libel & in Covering Media Killings by Atty. PJ Quinsayas
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Courtesy of http://www.blogperfume.com/top-25-funniest-comic-strips-about-blogging/
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      DEFENSES in LIBEL
      Art. 354 RPC: “Every defamatory imputation is presumed to be malicious, even if it be true, if no good intention and justifiable motive for making it is shown, except in the following cases:
      A private communication made by any person to another in the performance of any legal, moral, or social duty; and
      Courtesy of Libel and Court Procedure: Legal Tool Kit VS libel & in Covering Media Killings by Atty. PJ Quinsayas
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      DEFENSES in LIBEL
      A fair and true report, made in good faith, without any comments or remarks, of any judicial, legislative, or other official proceedings which are not of confidential nature, or of any statement, report, or speech delivered in said proceedings, or of any other act performed by public officers in the exercise of their functions.”
      Doctrine of Fair Comment
      Privileged Communication (Borjal v. CA)
      Courtesy of Libel and Court Procedure: Legal Tool Kit VS libel & in Covering Media Killings by Atty. PJ Quinsayas
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      DEFENSES in LIBEL
      • Re: Privileged Communication
      • Public interest
      • Public figure
      • Hierarchy of rights:
      • Right to know vs. Right to privacy
      • Jurisprudence (Art. 8 NCC, “Judicial decisions applying or interpreting the laws or the Constitution shall form a part of the legal system of the Philippines.”)
      • Remove one element of libel
      Courtesy of Libel and Court Procedure: Legal Tool Kit VS libel & in Covering Media Killings by Atty. PJ Quinsayas
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Courtesy of http://www.blogperfume.com/top-25-funniest-comic-strips-about-blogging/
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      Social media are media for social interaction, using highly accessible and scalable communication techniques. Social media is the use of web-based and mobile technologies to turn communication into interactive dialogue.
      Courtesy of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_media
      “A group of Internet-based applications that build on the ideological and technological foundations of Web 2.0, which allows the creation and exchange of user-generated content.”
      Courtesy of http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6W45-4XFF2S0-1/2/600db1bd6e0c9903c744aaf34b0b12e1
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Courtesy of http://www.clickz.asia/675/social-networking-no-longer-a-niche-market
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Courtesy of http://www.clickz.asia/675/social-networking-no-longer-a-niche-market
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Courtesy o f http://philippineinternetreview.blogspot.com/2010_10_01_archive.html
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      TNS also observed that majority of Filipino Internet users Digital Lifestyle is that of the “Aspirers” at 83%. They’re newbies accessing the Internet from home using the personal computer and mobile phone who are learning to do more of everything online. This is followed by:
      • Communicators - 11% (active talking to people online via email, instant messaging, social networking, etc.)
      • Influencers - 3% (can be an active blogger, passionate social network user, online shopper, and has many social network friends.)
      • Knowledge seekers - 2% (interested in the latest things and use social network or related platforms to pursue such)
      • Networkers - 1% (likes to use social networks and open talking to brands. Does not voice opinion online.)
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Courtesy o f http://philippineinternetreview.blogspot.com/2010_10_01_archive.html
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      According to TNS Digital Life, social networking is the most important activity among Filipino Internet users at 44%. This is followed by:
      • E-mailing 36%
      • Gaming 24%
      • Knowledge & planning 19%
      • Multimedia 6%
      • Organizing 1%
      • News, weather, and sports 5%
      • Personal interest 3%
      • Shopping 2%
      • Browsing 2%
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Courtesy o f http://philippineinternetreview.blogspot.com/2010_10_01_archive.html
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      FACEBOOK USER POPULATION
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Data as of May 1, 2011
      Courtesy of http://www.checkfacebook.com/
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      Courtesy of http://www.gmanews.tv/story/209518/in-2010-filipinos-primary-social-media-still-offline
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • Social media alone is not enough.How you use it will always matter.
      POLITICAL BLOG
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center
    • POLITICAL BLOG
      KEVIN RAY N. CHUA
      LIBEL
      SOCIAL MEDIA
      ABOUT THE SPEAKER
      President and Co-founder
      Cebu Bloggers Society, Inc.
      +639324777226
      San Jose Extension, Tisa, Cebu City
      BS Information Technology
      March 2011, CIT University
      www.kevinraychua.com
      facebook.com/kevinraychua
      @kevinraychua
      kevinraychua@gmail.com
      kevinraychua
      POLITICAL BLOGGING, LIBEL and SOCIAL MEDIA | May 2, 2011 for World Bloggers’ Day
      Bryant George Hall, Eduardo Aboitiz Development Studies Center