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Sunday, June 09, 2019

Alam Mo Ba ang Pwedeng Maikaso sa mga Tsimosa o Tsismoso? (What Charges Can You Press Against Rumormongers?)



In Baguio City, an anti-rumormongering ordinance was in effect penalizing those who spread false rumors. But even there were no specific laws concerning slandering in public and rumormongering, do you know that there are certain charges you can file against those who do it?

In Baguio City, an anti-rumormongering ordinance was in effect penalizing those who spread false rumors. But even there were no specific laws concerning slandering in public and rumormongering, do you know that there are certain charges you can file against those who do it?   Ads      In a TV program "iJuander," they tackle about rumormongering and according to experts, you can file a case against this people.    Actually, there are two cases that you can charge them with.  The first case, if someone is mocking you and spreading false rumors which involves you, you can file civil case which includes libel  or slander.    If someone is despising you by spreading fake stories with intent to degrade your image and at at the same time involves physical harm, you can file slander by deed charges.      filipinos are known to be fond of small talks even since the times of our ancestors. they would love to hear stories regardless if its true or not, they would gather around and enjoy the conversation.  Ads          Sponsored Links        At this age of modern technology, this practice is still well known and the informations can be passed even faster. Fake news can be found everywhere. Rumors can spread like a wildfire and before we know it, it had already dameaged the reputation of the individual or group of people involved.
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In a TV program "iJuander," they tackle about rumormongering and according to experts, you can file a case against this people.

Actually, there are two cases that you can charge them with.
The first case, if someone is mocking you and spreading false rumors which involves you, you can file civil case which includes libel  or slander.

If someone is despising you by spreading fake stories with intent to degrade your image and at at the same time involves physical harm, you can file slander by deed charges.


Filipinos are known to be fond of small talks even since the times of our ancestors. they would love to hear stories regardless if its true or not, they would gather around and enjoy the conversation.
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At this age of modern technology, this practice is still well known and the informations can be passed even faster. Fake news can be found everywhere. Rumors can spread like a wildfire and before we know it, it had already dameaged the reputation of the individual or group of people involved.
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