in Asian Cyberspace


This is the blog of the “Free Expression in Asian Cyberspace: A Conference of Asian Bloggers, Podcasters and Online Media,” a three-day meeting of Asian bloggers, podcasters, and independent online news providers sponsored by the Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA), in cooperaton with the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism (PCIJ), held at the Asian Institute of Management Conference Center (ACCEED) in Makati, Philippines from April 19-21, 2006.


  1. Hi! Congrats for putting this blog. I was in the 2nd iblog summit but could not attend this Asian Blogging summit ‘coz I have to rush back to my school and see my student in Website Dev.
    Thanks for the updates,more power and God Bless!

    Comment by rich estrada valdez | April 21, 2006 | Reply

  2. Greetings.

    This is probably the fittest venue to post this.

    Just to let you know – one of the staunchest defenders of free press, Ellen Tordesillas of Malaya, has banned me from her blog, a supposed free zone.

    She didn’t like my retaliatory posts to her most prolific visitor – the source of her blog’s half a million hits – who started the name-calling and ad hominems in the first place. So she deleted my retaliatory post. I complained, telling her that her ‘censorship’ makes her no different from her favorite person, GMA, and that she should also delete the offending post of her most prolific visitor.

    Then she banned me completely.

    And yes, the post of this prolific visitor, full of insults/ad hominems, is still present.

    In her blog, I never initiated the name-callings and ad hominems. If I ever used them, i was just returning the favor. If they insult me, I insult them back. But i never started the insulting.

    If she wants to delete posts with insults, fine. But she should also delete the offending posts of bloggers who are the sources of her million hits.

    A glaring irony – a supposed champion of free expression, yet practices censorship over, of all places, a blog!

    Yes I know as owner of her blog, she’s free to do whatever she wants, including filtering the visitors. But she would not be practicing what she preaches if she does that.

    Comment by anthony scalia | April 4, 2007 | Reply

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