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Public, netizens warned vs manipulated Inquirer websites

/ 03:14 PM July 06, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — The INQUIRER.net on Monday warned the public and its readers against the proliferation of manipulated Inquirer websites that contain misinformation on news items and various products.

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“The Inquirer, particularly INQUIRER.net, disowns these manipulated websites that mislead readers and intended mainly to damage our brand,” the online news portal said in a statement.

Readers who encounter or are prodded to visit the manipulated sites at timestory.fun, tivioleis.bar, tofine.online are urged to ignore them or to report the matter to [email protected]

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