And you thought getting flamed for a blog post was bad.
An experienced Internet marketer once told me that if you’re not ticking anyone off, you’re not doing a good enough job of getting your point across.
By that standard, the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism must be doing a supreme job. A case to delete one of their blog posts could go all the way to the Supreme Court.
Considering how much publicity it’s creating, this whiny tactic could backfire on the plaintiff. Heck, he sounds even whinier than that wuss from Forbes who wrote that anti-blogging article. Already, the story’s made the dead tree edition of the Philippine Daily Inquirer.