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MATT: Investigate and condemn cyber bullying of journalists

The Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago extends solidarity to journalists who have been and continue to be subjected to intimidation, slander, defamation and bullying in broadcast media and on social media. MATT takes note of the numerous journalists from various media houses targeted for vicious attacks on-air and on-line. …

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Warner watch: Media still chasing own tail, Archbishop bats for Jack

The Trinidad Guardian newspaper, in another Jack Warner-related non-exclusive, suggested today that the Chaguanas West MP may have rented a house in Santa Margarita, St Augustine in 2010, which, a neighbour thinks, was occupied by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar’s sister. And that can only mean… Wait. What the hell does that …

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MATT: Cyber Crime Bill could imprison journalists and whistleblowers

The Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago (MATT) has condemned the Cyber Crime Bill 2014, which threatens to criminalise journalists, whistleblowers and members of the public who receive, gain access to or share “computer data from another person knowing that the other person has obtained the computer data through unauthorised means.” …

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MATT warns against attacks on T&T media workers

The following is a press release by the Media Association of Trinidad and Tobago (MATT) to mark World Press Freedom Day: On World Press Freedom Day 2015, MATT pays tribute to all the champions of press freedom and freedom of expression in Trinidad and Tobago and the region. We acknowledge …

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Fack Fucebook: PP voyeurs defile social media

Remember when Facebook was about puppies with guilty faces, funny clips of adventurous babies and vacation photos? Hold that thought for a bit. Hold it. Now exhale. You have a better chance of fitting into your Form One school uniform than seeing that place again. Now Facebook has become a …

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