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How Did Hair Become a Political Statement?

There is a notion that if you change your hair, you're probably going through something. The common instance is during breakups, just like Bea Alonzo inOne More Chance. But recently, it seems that some hairstyles are starting conversations from sexism, body image, to other political matters. So how are hairstyles defining today's society in the past few years? Here are a few examples. Female superheroes' long hair With the popularity of superhero movies and shows, female characters like Wonder Woman, Black Widow, and Captain Marvel are given the attention they deserve. However, Racked brought up an argument that fighting with flowing, untied hair is both inconvenient and sexis...Keep on reading: How Did Hair Become a Political Statement?.....»»

Category: newsSource: inquirer inquirerMay 11th, 2018

Ancient beard traditions shape the face of modern Jerusalem

JERUSALEM --- Facial hair is trendy worldwide these days, but in Jerusalem beards have never gone out of style, projecting religious mysticism, nationalism, and ideals of masculinity.   For men of all faiths in the holy city, a beard can be an important statement of religious devotion, connecting past generations to God through the tangled strands of history. Facial hair also reflects social mores in many communities. In some cases, it can reflect political views.   Nowhere is this more visible than in Jerusalem's Old City, where bearded ultra-Orthodox Jews, Christian clerics, and devout Muslims all come into contact in a densely packed mix of some of the wo...Keep on reading: Ancient beard traditions shape the face of modern Jerusalem.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsFeb 16th, 2018

Nicaraguan dialogue to end crisis falls apart

MANAGUA, Nicaragua – Another attempt at church-mediated talks to end a deadly political crisis in Nicaragua fell apart on Monday, June 18, a clergy statement said. With the death toll from almost daily street violence now at 180, opposition groups and Catholic bishops walked out of the discussions, accusing the ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 19th, 2018

STATEMENT of Prof. Sison: Disappointing and frustrating

(Statement of NDFP Chief Political Consultant Jose Ma. Sison on the rescheduling of the peace talks, issued on June 14, 2018) It is both disappointing and frustrating that the Duterte regime has unilaterally cancelled the scheduled start of the stand-down ceasefire on June 21 and the resumption of formal talks in the peace negotiations in […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanewsRelated NewsJun 16th, 2018

Talk about political football: No Eagles at the White House

By Jill Colvin and Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Taking on the NFL and football's Super Bowl champs, President Donald Trump gave the boot to a White House ceremony for the Philadelphia Eagles on Tuesday and instead threw his own brief "Celebration of America" after it became clear most players weren't going to show up. Both sides traded hot accusations about who was to blame. Trump tried to turn the fracas into a referendum on patriotism and tie it to the dispute over players who have taken a knee during the national anthem to protest racism and police brutality. However, Eagles players never knelt during the "Star-Spangled Banner," throughout the 2017 season and their march to the Super Bowl. The White House accused Eagles team members of pulling a "political stunt" and abandoning their fans by backing out at the last minute. Indeed, few apparently were going to come, though some expressed disappointment that they'd been disinvited and complained Trump was unfairly painting them as anti-American. Through it all, Trump appeared to revel in fanning the flames of a culture war that he believes revs up his political base. Trump had long been leery of the Eagles' planned visit to the White House, in part because the team's owner, Jeffrey Lurie, has been a Trump critic, and because several players have been vocal critics of the league's new policy that requires players to stand if they're on the field during the national anthem or else stay in the locker room. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the team notified the White House last Thursday that 81 people, including players, coaches, managers and others would be attending the Super Bowl celebration. But she said the team got back in touch late Friday and tried to reschedule, "citing the fact that many players would not be in attendance." The Eagles proposed a time when Trump would be overseas. Eagles officials declined comment on the White House version of events, sticking with a simple earlier statement: "We are truly grateful for all of the support we have received and we are looking forward to continuing our preparations for the 2018 season." No one connected with the team said the players' reluctance to attend had anything to do with the national anthem, as Trump tried to portray the situation. And comments by star players in the current pro basketball finals indicated it's not about football. "I know no matter who wins this series, no one wants the invite anyway. So it won't be Golden State or Cleveland going," said LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers. There was no disagreement from Stephen Curry, who angered Trump last year when he said he wouldn't go to the White House after the Warriors' NBA triumph, leading the president to disinvite him and his team. Trump, furious about the small number of Eagles who were coming, scrapped Tuesday's visit, believing a low turnout would reflect poorly upon him. He had told aides last year he was embarrassed when Tom Brady, star quarterback of that season's champion New England Patriots, opted to skip a White House visit. Instead, the president held what he dubbed a "patriotic celebration" that was short and spare. A military band and chorus delivered the Star-Spangled Banner and God Bless America, with brief Trump remarks sandwiched in between. "We love our country, we respect our flag and we always proudly stand for the national anthem," Trump said. The White House crowd of roughly 1,000, mostly dressed in business suits, was light on Pennsylvanians and heavy on administration and GOP Party officials. Several in attendance blamed the players, not the president, for torpedoing the Eagles event. John Killion, a lifelong Eagles fan who now lives in Florida and traveled to Washington to see his team, said he was "devastated and infuriated" by a breakdown he blamed on the Eagles owners. "I waited my whole life for the Eagles to win the Super Bowl and they were going to be congratulated at the White House. And I don't really care who you like or dislike, it shouldn't be about that," he said. Bill Fey, a Republican state committeeman from southern New Jersey and an Eagles fan, called the decision "a black eye as far as I'm concerned with the NFL. I think that everyone should come to the White House. This is the peoples' house." Still, he said, "I think the Eagles did what they thought was necessary. I don't blame anyone." Trump's own patriotic event was not without its controversy. Following the playing of the anthem, a heckler shouted from the audience: "Stop hiding behind the armed services and the national anthem!" prompting boos. A Swedish reporter posted video of a man kneeling as the anthem was played. In a statement Monday, Trump placed the blame on Eagles players he said "disagree with their President because he insists that they proudly stand for the National Anthem, hand on heart, in honor of the great men and women of our military and the people of our country." Besides the fact that none of the Eagles had taken a knee during the anthem in 2017, defensive end Chris Long said the NFL anthem policy change and Trump's reaction to it were not even discussed by the players in meetings about making the visit. Those deciding to stay away had various reasons beyond Trump's opposition to the protests, including more general feelings of hostility toward the president, one official said. Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins, who had planned to skip the ceremony "to avoid being used as any kind of pawn," said in a statement that at the White House a "decision was made to lie, and paint the picture that these players are anti-America, anti-flag and anti-military." Trump has long railed against the protests that began in 2016 when San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick began silently kneeling on the sidelines during the anthem to raise awareness around racism and, specifically, the killing of black men by police. At a rally last September, Trump suggested NFL owners fire "son of a bitch" players who "disrespect" the flag by kneeling. As for politics, Trump believes the anthem controversy is a winning issue for him and was pleased that last month's announcement of the league's new policy returned it to the news, according to people familiar with the president's thinking but not authorized to discuss private conversations. Even so, Trump made clear Tuesday he doesn't believe the policy goes far enough, tweeting: "Staying in the Locker Room for the playing of our National Anthem is as disrespectful to our country as kneeling. Sorry!" The president told one confidant Monday that he aims to revive the issue in the months leading up to the midterm elections, believing its return to the headlines will help Republicans win votes. Trump's attempt to drive a wedge between the team and its fervent fan base could have political consequences in Pennsylvania, which Trump won by just 44,000 votes in 2016. The politics are already playing out in the state's Senate race, where Republican Rep. Lou Barletta is challenging Democratic incumbent Bob Casey. Barletta attended the White House ceremony sans Eagles, "representing the proud Pennsylvanians who stand for our flag." Casey tweeted he would be "skipping this political stunt at the White House" and invited the Eagles on a tour of the Capitol instead. ___ Lemire reported from New York. Associated Press writers Darlene Superville and Catherine Lucey in Washington, Errin Haines Whack in Philadelphia and Associated Press Pro Football writer Rob Maaddi contributed to this report......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJun 6th, 2018

Palace officials: Duterte’s remarks against women ‘mere play of words’

Malacaang's top officialson Wednesdaymaintained that President Rodrigo Duterte's recent remarks against women were "mere play of words" and that the online campaign criticizing the chief executive's statements is clearly "political" and "unfair." The Palace executives were reacting to the #BabaeAko social media campaign against misogynism and sexism launched in response to the President's controversial statement that the next Chief Justice "should not be a woman." READ: Duterte: Next Ombudsman should have integrity and not be a woman In separate statements, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque and Special Assistant to the President Christopher "Bong" Go said Duterte's track rec...Keep on reading: Palace officials: Duterte’s remarks against women ‘mere play of words’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 23rd, 2018

Ex-DOJ chief outraged by murder of supporter in Quezon

    Former Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II has expressed outrage over the killing of one of his family's political supporters, a reelected village councilor in Mulanay, Quezon. Marlon Moldon, a Barangay Ajos councilor whom Aguirre said was a staunch supporter of his family, was assassinated in Barangay Sta. Rosa on Thursday, May 17. In a statement on Friday, Aguirre branded Moldon's assassination as a "cowardly act of the desperate and of the power hungry." "Murder and violence are the hallmarks of men who cannot fully live under the rule of law. They have no place in the politics of Quezon Province. They have no place in politics anywhere," Aguirre said. ...Keep on reading: Ex-DOJ chief outraged by murder of supporter in Quezon.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 18th, 2018

Facebook suspends 200 apps over data misuse

WASHINGTON --- Facebook said Monday it has suspended "around 200" apps on its platform as part of an investigation into misuse of private user data. The investigation was launched after revelations that political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica hijacked data on some 87 million Facebook users as it worked on Donald Trump's 2016 campaign. "The investigation process is in full swing," said an online statement from Facebook product partnerships vice president Ime Archibong. "We have large teams of internal and external experts working hard to investigate these apps as quickly as possible. To date thousands of apps have been investigated and around 200 have been suspended -- ...Keep on reading: Facebook suspends 200 apps over data misuse.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 14th, 2018

Palace lauds ‘old friend’ Mahathir

Malacaang has congratulated Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, expressing optimism that his return to power will further strengthen the ties between the two countries.   The 92-year-old Mahathir is "an old friend of the Philippines," presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said.   "His fresh mandate augurs well for the deep relations between the Philippines and Malaysia," Roque said in a statement.   In a stunning political comeback, Mahathir was sworn into office as Malaysia's new prime minister on Thursday, unseating Najib Razak who was implicated in a corruption scandal.   Mahathir, who ruled Malaysia from 1981 to 2003, is the worl...Keep on reading: Palace lauds ‘old friend’ Mahathir.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsMay 12th, 2018

PBA: What s with Japeth s hair? He just has no time for the barber

BINAN, LAGUNA – Japeth Aguilar has looked different in the 2018 PBA Commissioner's Cup.  The Ginebra star has been sporting some sort of afro for almost half a year now.  And on Friday, it was yet again in full display for everybody at the Alonte Sports Arena to see.  Apparently, the last time Aguilar had a haircut was right after the year 2018 began. "Matagal na 'to. Before pa mag-FIBA Asia yung last ko na gupit," he said, referring to the regional meet back in February.  For everybody wondering, his new 'do is not a statement or anything of the sort. Asked if it had to anything to do with the performance of either Ginebra or Gilas Pilipinas, he answered, "Hindi, hindi naman."  He then continued, "Ano lang, 'di ko lang na-manage nang maayos. Wala lang oras."  The 31-year-old said he has been trying to find some time for a haircut, but his schedule just hasn't opened up. "I'll try to squeeze in time. Yesterday, I tried to go to the barber, but wala rin so we'll just see," he shared.  With the Gin Kings next assignment slated for Sunday, he will have new chances to go to the barber,  And so, only time will tell if Aguilar will be back to the Aguilar of old.  ---  Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 11th, 2018

Palace welcomes return of newly-elected Malaysia PM Mahathir

Malacañang palace on Friday issued a statement congratulating Mahathir Mohamar “on his return as Prime Minister of Malaysia” after beating his political protege Najib Razak on Thursday in the country’s national elections. “Prime Minister Mahathir is an old friend of the Philippines and his fresh mandate augurs well for the deep relations between the Philippines […] The post Palace welcomes return of newly-elected Malaysia PM Mahathir appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsMay 11th, 2018

Defensor says alliance with Garin still intact

ILOILO Gov. Arthur Defensor Sr. stressed that the alliance between the Defensor and the Garin political clans remain intact. Both political families are members of the ruling Partido Demokratiko Pilipino-Lakas ng Bayan. “Waay ya sang deperensya ang amon ya… Wala pagbag-o,” he said. Defensor issued the statement to downplay insinuations that 4th district Rep. Ferjenel […] The post Defensor says alliance with Garin still intact appeared first on The Daily Guardian......»»

Category: newsSource:  thedailyguardianRelated NewsMay 11th, 2018

U.S. scolds China over Orwellian airline demands

WASHINGTON, US – The United States on Saturday, May 5, scolded China for attempting to impose "political correctness" on American carriers by asking them to classify Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau as Chinese territories. A sternly worded White House statement excoriated Beijing for the demands, which it termed ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMay 6th, 2018

Nagkaisa, KMU join forces to protest ‘endo’ on May 1

LABOR COALITION Nagkaisa and Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU) will join forces on May 1, Labor Day, to protest the government’s failure to end contractualization. In its unified statement issued on Wednesday, the said labor groups, often cited as being opposites in the political spectrum, rejected Malacañang’s decision to forego the signing of an executive order […] The post Nagkaisa, KMU join forces to protest ‘endo’ on May 1 appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsApr 25th, 2018

DILG to PNP: Step up checkpoints for barangay, SK polls this May

As the nation braces for the upcoming barangay (village) and Sangguniang Kabataan elections, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG)has directed the Philippine National Police (PNP) to intensify its checkpoints especially in so-called election hotspots.   DILG Officer-In-Charge Secretary Eduardo Ao issued the instruction on Wednesday to support the Commission on Elections (Comelec) in its administration of the upcoming local elections this May 14. "As the elections are drawing near, we expect that the political tension in the barangays will increase, especially among the candidates and their supporters," Ao said in a statement.   "I therefore c...Keep on reading: DILG to PNP: Step up checkpoints for barangay, SK polls this May.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 25th, 2018

SWS survey result to spur Duterte gov’t to work double time — Palace

“UNMINDFUL of the distraction and political noise,” Malacañang yesterday said the executive branch would work double time and continue to serve the “best interest” of the public by “bringing comfortable life to disadvantaged and marginalized families.” Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque issued the statement in light of the first quarter 2018….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsApr 22nd, 2018

Natalie Portman addresses snub of ‘Jewish Nobel,’ backlash

JERUSALEM (AP) --- Actress Natalie Portman has snubbed a prestigious prize known as the "Jewish Nobel," saying she did not want her attendance to be seen as an endorsement of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.Portman was to have received the award in Israel in June and said in a statement issued early Saturday that her reasons for skipping the ceremony had been mischaracterized by others, and she is not part of the BDS, a Palestinian-led global movement of boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel. News of Portman's decision to skip the event triggered an angry backlash Friday from some in the country's political establishment. That was due to reports that Po...Keep on reading: Natalie Portman addresses snub of ‘Jewish Nobel,’ backlash.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 22nd, 2018

Former first lady Barbara Bush dies at age 92

HOUSTON, United States --- Barbara Bush, the snowy-haired first lady whose plainspoken manner and utter lack of pretense made her more popular at times than her husband, President George H.W. Bush, died Tuesday. She was 92. Family spokesman Jim McGrath confirmed the death in a statement. The cause wasn't immediately known. Mrs. Bush brought a grandmotherly style to buttoned-down Washington, often appearing in her trademark fake pearl chokers and displaying no vanity about her white hair and wrinkles. "What you see with me is what you get. I'm not running for president --- George Bush is," she said at the 1988 Republican National Convention, where her husband, then vice presi...Keep on reading: Former first lady Barbara Bush dies at age 92.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsApr 18th, 2018

BI detains, releases Australian nun amid furor

THE Bureau of Immigration (BI) on Tuesday released Australian nun Patricia Fox a day after she was ordered detained by BI Commissioner Jaime H. Morente for “violat(ing) the conditions of her stay by engaging in political activities and anti-government demonstrations,” according to a statement by the agency. Mr. Morente acted upon the recommendation of the […] The post BI detains, releases Australian nun amid furor appeared first on BusinessWorld......»»

Category: newsSource:  bworldonlineRelated NewsApr 17th, 2018

Warriors re-introduce themselves in rout of Spurs

By Shaun Powell, NBA.com OAKLAND, CALIF. — It is generally accepted that the Warriors will perspire some, feel a degree of burn in their lungs, receive an urgency slap in the face and get pushed toward the edge of their defending championship throne once they play a team from Texas. Just not this team from Texas. No, not the Spurs, at least that’s what the hunch and the outset of this first-round playoff series says. Common sense, too, wants to chime in and declare the Spurs without Kawhi Leonard are just standing in the way, albeit proudly, of the Warriors’ path to greater things in the post-season. And so, the long and antsy wait for the anticipated and projected Warriors vs. Houston Rockets showdown in the West began in earnest Saturday (Sunday, PHL time) when the Warriors breezed from jump ball to buzzer against San Antonio, and also torpedoed the notion that they’re somehow vulnerable (at least for now). The playoff tipoff was all about the Warriors re-establishing their muscle flex and their defense and most importantly, their aura, even with Steph Curry still out and ailing, because the rest of the NBA was watching. That’s what a 113-92 wipeout Game 1 win at Oracle Arena accomplished, if nothing else. The combination of the Spurs being overmatched and the Warriors needing to put on a more menacing face than what they showed the last month of the regular season delivered the predictable result: A smackdown. Or, as Spurs coach Gregg Popovich put it: “Got our ass kicked.” Too much Kevin Durant, the sneaky elevation of Andre Iguodala to the starting point guard spot, a JaVale McGee sighting and Klay Thompson getting swishy was exactly what the Warriors needed and received. Seriously, though: Anything less would’ve been a big surprise. The Warriors couldn’t afford to stay locked into the season-ending fog that turned coach Steve Kerr’s hair a lighter shade of gray and created the perception of a fat, too-satisfied winner of two championships in three years. Most likely, they were merely victims of human nature: While going 7-10 down the stretch, the Warriors simply grew bored with the meaningless late season, especially once Curry hurt his knee on March 23 (Mar. 24, PHL time). Seriously, what was left to accomplish, other than to stay healthy? This team was created and molded for the sole purpose of winning in June, not for placing importance on, say, drop-kicking the Sacramento Kings on April Fools. “We’re a championship ballclub and we know what it takes to win this time of year,” said Draymond Green, applying the perspective. “You heard, 'The Warriors lost it, they’re not together, they’re not the same team without Steph, blase, blase, blase, blah blah blah.' Well, we know what we’re capable of. There have been series where we’ve won without Kevin, without myself, without our head coach. A lot of people forgot.” In case you’re one of the people Draymond was referring to, here’s a refresher course, courtesy of Game 1: Durant is very long and tough to defend, Thompson usually doesn’t miss when he has three feet of separation from his defender, Iggy always earns his fat paycheck in springtime, and as for McGee? “He’s very tall,” said Kerr. Actually, Kerr wasn’t purposely trying to troll his starting center, just stating the obvious when it comes to defending Spurs leading scorer LaMarcus Aldridge. McGee brings four more inches and therefore made it tough for Aldridge, who managed only 14 points and was mainly a ghost. With Aldridge on lockdown, the Warriors’ D had accomplished its main mission, because the Spurs lack a secondary source of punch. What, is Rudy Gay going to turn back the clock? Manu Ginobili? Tony Parker? Because that’s what needs to happen for San Antonio. Without it, well, unfortunately for the Spurs, Kawhi isn’t limping through that door. What irritated Kerr was how the Warriors dialed down their defensive intensity in the weeks leading into the playoffs. They spotted 126 points each to the Pelicans and Pacers, and in the season finale did a complete no-show, getting spanked by 40 courtesy of Utah. Remember, the Warriors constantly ranked among the better defensive teams during their multiple runs to the NBA Finals. As coaches tend to do in these matters, Kerr jeopardized his vocal chords a few times while trying to get the message across in the disinterested locker room. But deep down, did anyone buy the notion of the Warriors suddenly forgetting how to play defense? With the second-best record in the West secured, and first place conceded to Houston, weren’t they just tapping their toes until the first round? Is that such a crime? Wouldn’t that be understandable, and wise on some levels, given the risk of something bad happening to a hamstring? Anyway, Kerr barely uncrossed his legs on the bench Saturday (Sunday, PHL time); no need to scold a team that held the Spurs to 40 percent shooting and claimed the rebounding edge by 21 and never felt threatened. “We finally got back to defending,” said Kerr. He made sure of that, by inserting Iguodala, his best all-around defender, into the starting lineup and also using McGee extensively instead of Zaza Pachulia. Iggy spread his limbs all over the floor, guarding bigs and smalls, switching on the screen and generally being a pest to the other team, as he generally is this time of year. “I just wanted to put our best defensive lineup on the floor from the beginning,” he explained. “The last month or so our defense had been subpar. You can’t win in this league unless you defend. You could feel the intensity right from the start. We set a good tone.” To be fair, the awakening of the Warriors’ defense will receive a more accurate measure if and when they advance beyond the Spurs and face, for example, the Blazers with Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum and of course the turbocharged Rockets with James Harden and Chris Paul and all those three-point slingers. But until then, wrapping up the Spurs will serve as necessary preparation. Less worry was the Warriors on the other end of the floor, where Durant assumed the lead and took 17 shots, scoring 24 points. More efficient was Thompson, who missed only twice in 13 shots and finished with 27 points. All of this was necessary with Curry not expected back for the first round; he just received the green light to press the accelerator during rehab and begin lateral movements. If the Warriors, a top-10 team in both offensive and defensive efficiency, continue to get this kind of killer balance, there’ll be some long nights upcoming for the Spurs and a quick series as well. “We were not as ready to face a team like them,” said Ginobili. “They were much better than us. Klay got away from us many times. Overall, they were so much better in every aspect that we had no shot. We’ve got to regroup, feel hurt and desperate, got to be smarter … We understand we’re not favorites. We’re underdogs. To get a win here we’ve got to overachieve. We got to do better than we can.” It’s too bad that the Kawhi Situation continues to follow the Spurs like a dark cloud. He remains stymied by a quad injury that apparently hasn’t healed enough for his liking. The Spurs with Kawhi and the Warriors without Curry would tip the scales in this series toward being somewhat level, or at least invite some suspense. Without Kawhi, the Spurs are shooting spitballs at a tank. Guts and hard work and good coaching can only go so far against the suddenly-refocused and playoff-locked Warriors. So, yes, the Warriors set out to re-introduce themselves and did so Saturday (Sunday, PHL time). “We want to make a statement in Game 2 as well,” said Thompson. “We hobbled to the playoffs but we know how good we are and what it takes in the post season to win. When our intensity and focus are high, we’re tough to beat.” Well, tough for one team in Texas. We’ll see about the other soon enough. Veteran NBA writer Shaun Powell has worked for newspapers and other publications for more than 25 years. You can e-mail him here or follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting. .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsApr 15th, 2018

Duterte denies Cambridge Analytica hand in campaign

PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte on Friday denied any link to a British political consulting firm currently at the center of a controversy involving the improper sharing of data from millions of Facebook accounts. Duterte issued the statement after his campaign team was dragged into the controversy involving Cambridge Analytica after they were seen in a May 2015 photograph [...] The post Duterte denies Cambridge Analytica hand in campaign appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsApr 13th, 2018