Ms. Pau Duman's status tonight had me clicking a newsclip from Inquirer.net. Apparently, the most-of-the-time-old-fashioned-and-conservative Supreme Court has succumbed to the trend of social networking sites. The SC spokesperson said that they want the public to be informed of its latest programs and decisions, thus bringing justice closer to the people, just like how the SC's Justice on Wheels program did.
But then again, as I've learned in my Right to Information class, while it is true that access to information is important, it is equally(if not more) important that the information made accessible is credible, true, and in the SC's case, in accordance with the law. (De Castro and League of Cities, anyone?)
And, yes. The SC must certainly refrain from doing what that Utah Attorney-General did: using Twitter for self-publicity.