Bulatlat, ipinasara ng NTC sa utos ni Esperon Jr.

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Iniutos ng National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) sa internet service providers (ISPs) na-iblocked ang mga website na diumano’y may kaugnayan sa “communist-terrorists” na partikular na tinukoy ang website ng “Bulatlat” sa kahilingan na rin ni National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr. nitong Miyerkules, June 22.

“With reference to the Letter dated June 6, 2022 by the National Security Council, you are hereby directed to effect the immediate blocking of the reported websites found to be affiliated to and are supporting terrorist and terrorist organizations,”  ayon sa liham na ipinadala ni NTC Commissioner Gamaliel Cordoba sa ISPs.

Kabilang sa mahigit 20 sites na hiniling ni Esperon na iblocked na mga progresibong grupo ay ang Save Our Schools Network, Rural Missionaries of the Philippines, Pamalakaya Pilipinas at BAYAN.

Ang Bulatlat ay isa sa mga longest-running and award-winning independent online media outfit at kilala bilang nagbabalita patungkol sa human rights sa Pilipinas na iniuugnay naman na kabilang diumano sa Communist Party of the Philippines, New People’s Army at ang National Democratic Front. ##

DIYARYO MILENYO is a free and independent online media outfit that publishes events happening in the local communities and current issues that matter to the public with local, national and global implications. DIYARYO MILENYO is composed of volunteer journalists and community writers scattered in various parts of the Philippines. They report the news right and where it happens. It adheres to the standards and ethics of journalism. It imposes strict rules against attacking someone. Strictly adhering to publish good news only.

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