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What the Rappler shutdown says about press freedom in the Philippines

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The Rappler was ordered to shut down after the Securities and Exchange Commision (SEC) revoked the certificates of incorporation for the news site.

BFM speaks to Jonathan de Santos, head of the National Union of Journalists in the Philippines for a closer look at the latest development and what it means for media freedom in the country.

Produced and presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn and Sharmilla Ganesan

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