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Hundreds of Philippine Facebook accounts taken down for ‘malicious activities’

Human rights group Karapatan said Meta and Facebook’s actions “are severely inadequate” and “just too little and too late”

ASEAN parliamentarians call for end to ‘red-tagging’ of candidates in Philippine...

“Red-tagging” is the "baseless accusation of certain people as communists, terrorists, or state enemies”

Rights groups welcome court decision to release ‘red-tagged’ doctor in Philippines

Rights group Karapatan said the court’s decision noted that the doctor has been denied due process when she was arrested and imprisoned

Human Rights Watch calls on Philippine gov’t to end ‘deadly’ red-tagging...

Human Rights Watch noted that red-tagging has become “deadlier” since Rodrigo Duterte became president in 2016

Philippine religious superiors hit ‘red-tagging’ of Redemptorist missionaries

The religious superiors said they “stand with” the Redemptorists “who have always been at the forefront of serving the poor"

Redemptorist missionaries hit ‘red-tagging’ of mission community in northern Philippines

A tarpaulin was posted outside the compound of the congregation's mission house, tagging the missionaries as communist supporters

SPOTLIGHT: Philippines’ Church under attack

“They will strip you of your dignity before putting a bullet in your head. But I won’t allow them to do that to me.”

SPOTLIGHT: Philippine environment defenders in the crosshairs of red-taggers

Red-tagging of individuals and groups have led to illegal arrests, harassment, and extra-judicial killings

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