Rappler is hurting. And now it claims to be in the moral high ground and designates itself as the moral police. But unfortunately, they aren’t in the position to be so, with sloppy reporting, ignorant articles and questionable writers and contributors.
RAPPLER SMARTING FROM THE BACKLASH – Internet news media outlet implements nigh dictatorial comment filtering
Do you remember the plan to make an idol group in the Philippines akin to the ever popular and controversial AKB48? It’s now about to become real. As in shit becoming real.
The anime is being made by Chinese gaming company Tencent, which owns Riot Games, creators of League of Legends, and other franchises.
In his effort to make the Bureau of Customs (BOC) more transparent to the public, Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon announced on Monday that they are installing CCTV cameras in his office as well as in all frontline offices for online monitoring.
Missed the Chizza? Go to KFC, it’s back, and it’s upgraded. Oh, and did you know the Chizza was released outside the Philippines?
Such tornadoes have formed in the country before, but were not so destructive in nature, and mostly in the countryside.
In an official statement by Krnozine, the Art Director and one of the organizing persons of Otaku Expo, all is well between the two parties.
Apparently incensed by the falsehood, he went as far as threaten legal action against The Manila Times and the article writer.
The incident should also institute reforms in illustration usage in anime-themed conventions.
The troubles appear to be a mere tip of the iceberg, and could put the organizers of Otaku Expo in an even bigger and possibly legal trouble.