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In Its News Headline, Rappler Uses Wrong Philippine Air Lines (PAL) Logo

80643F97-17C4-4A01-91D1-CD3149A73618MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Remember when the Phlippine News Agency (PNA) used the wrong trademark of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) for  its news story?

Yes, that was the news story that used the trademark of Dole, the pineapple company, instead of that of the supervision agency.

Well, this time it was Rappler that done a booboo.

In its title story about Philippine Airlines (PAL) profitable up on the billions its due the government, Rappler used the wrong logo.  It used that of the U.S.-based online remuneration company, PayPal.

But at least, Rappler conveyed the scold summary that PAL paid.

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