Supreme Court creates Twitter, Facebook accounts
To "bring the court closer to the people," the Supreme Court has created official Twitter and Facebook accounts, reports Inquirer.net.
In the Inquirer.net report, court administrator and spokesperson Midas Marquez said the social networking accounts were created to "give [people] real-time news updates on Supreme Court decisions, programs and projects." Criticisms are welcome too. "We take everything constructively," Marquez said.
Just don’t expect a reply for every tweet, wall post or Facebook comment. Copies of the online feedback will be given to Chief Justice Renato Corona who may reply to them "maybe during his free time," according to Marquez.
Screencap from Twitter.