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Mass Media Laws and Regulations

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Transcript of Mass Media Laws and Regulations

the right of freedom of expression and the right to information

limitations of national security

the right to privacy

the fair administration of justice and contempt

libel

obscenity
Article III, Section 4 of the 1987 Constitution
1987 Constitution
THE PHILIPPINE PRESS
Core Principles
Mass Media Laws and Regulations
PHILIPPINE CONTEXT
THE MEANING OF THE LAW
THE PHILIPPINE JUDICIAL SYSTEM
"No law shall be passed abridging the freedom of speech, of expression, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and petition the government for redress of grievances."
SPAIN
MALOLOS CONSTITUTION

Framed on September 15, 1898
Approved on January 20, 1899
"right to freely express his ideas or opinions, orally or in writing, through the use of the press and other similar means"
1935 (Commonwealth Constitution)
1973 (Philippine/Marcos Constitution)
"of expression"
BILL OF RIGHTS
Freedom of Expression (Article III, Section 4)

Right to Information (Article III, Section 7)

Right to Privacy (Article III, Section 3)
REVISED PENAL CODE
National Security

Libel

Obscenity
CIVIL CODE
Privacy in Private Law
RULES OF COURT
Fair Administration of Justice and Contempt
PRESIDENTIAL DECREES
Obscenity
PRINT
BROADCAST
FILM
VIDEOGRAM
ADVERTISING
Philippine Journalist's Code of Ethics
Code of Ethics of the KBP
Advertising Code
CONSTITUTION
test of legality of all government action
GOVERNMENT
Executive
Legislative
Judicial
PHILIPPINE LEGAL SYSTEM
Roman (Spanish)
Anglo-American (American)
PHILIPPINE CIVIL CODE (Article 8)
"Judicial decisions applying to or interpreting the laws of the Constitution shall form a part of the legal system of the Philippines."
Integrated Judicial System
Integrated Judicial System
Supreme Court
Court of Appeals
Regional Trial Courts
Metropolitan Trial Courts
Municipal Trial Courts
Municipal Circuit Trial Courts

Administrative Tribunals
Civil Action
Criminal Actions
initiated either by a complaint or an information
ordinary suit in a court of justice by which one party prosecutes another
Complaint
sworn statement charging a person with an offense
Information
an accusation in writing charging a person with an offense
THE
FREEST
IN
ASIA
censorhip
Martial Law
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