The class will conclude the discussion on prior restraint this week, and proceed with the next topic (rights of media workers).
The following class members earned bonus points for the Sept. 20 multimedia activity (film showing, FB Live discussion, artistic performances) illustrating different kinds and forms of prior restraint, to be recorded here (in addition to any points earned for the written exercise), as follows:
20 pts Executive producers (for conceptualization, pre-production, promotion, contacting the speakers and performers, stage management, etc): tbbyrne, toriuy, coni
15 pts FB Live producers, Cultural talents and stage managers: jsaligway, Xaika, Wolfe, Justine
10 pts production assistants, grips, etc: Siyen, rknery and (marichu) and 7 pts Documentation: JD, Jerwin
The following is the sixth regular exercise with the usual deadline on Wednesday 5pm September 26:
U.P. Day of Remembrance
If you attended any of the U.P. Day of Remembrance activities on-campus or off-campus last Friday Sept. 21, please post or email a selfie or group photo or paste the link of the public site where you posted photos that you took yourself, then: To elevate to theory what you observed or participated in: 2) Please quote or paraphrase any speaker or artistic performer stating (or depicting) the significance of that day or the purpose of the commemoration …
CONTENT, PRIOR RESTRAINT: If you attended the Sept. 20 multimedia activity: To elevate to theory what you observed or participated in: Please describe a case or situation of prior restraint or of subsequent punishment (arrest/ detention/ “disappeared”/ summary execution) discussed by any of the speakers or depicted in the film or the artistic performances (Pls state the name of the speaker or performer if artistic performance; if you are in the group picture, no need to send proof of attendance; if not, pls state “see attendance sheet” if you signed it; if neither, pls send a selfie of said activity)…
(This is a regular exercise. The other bonuses will be reserved for the second half of this course on limits to freedom of the press/ limits to freedom of expression: Libel; laws on public order; prejudicial publicity (right of the accused to a fair trial vs. right to a free press), etc. )
Happy week ahead!
(Image derived from a photo shot by Wolfe Salazar)