Superintendent of Communication seeks to radicalize sanctions through reforms

The Superintendent of Information and Communication, Carlos Ochoa, said several reforms to the Communications Law will arise to put sanctions that are proportional to the faults committed. “It can not happen that the law asks for a simple public apology, for example, in the...

Possible penalty reform for media lynching generates criticism

The announcement of an amendment to the Communications Law, that would harden the penalty on the ‘media lynching’, generated criticism in lawmakers of (AP) and the opposition. The Superintendent of Communication (Supercom),Carlos Ochoa, said that a draft amendment to...

Supercom dismisses lawsuit against Diego Oquendo

The Superintendency of Communication (Supercom) yesterday dismissed the accusation by Sandra Correa to Diego Oquendo, News Director of Radio Vision, for an alleged media lynching. The judgment of the regulatory body indicates, “that the evidence of the process as well as...

Sandra Correa requests media is included in lawsuit against Oquendo

At the Superintendency of Communication (Supercom), was held yesterday the substantiation audience by the complaint of Sandra Correa, former Minister of Education in the government of Abdala Bucaram, against journalist Diego Oquendo by allegued media lynching during an interview...

Diego Oquendo is called to the Supercom by “media lynching”

Radio journalist, Diego Oquendo, was summoned today to the Supercom, at 10:30 am, for the supporting audience of an allegued “media lynching”. Oquendo was denounced before the Superintendency of Communication (Supercom) by Sandra Correa, former Minister of Education...

Up to 3 years of imprisonment over media lynching offense

That might be the sanction for committing the crime of media lynching, a term that was introduced in the recently approved Communications Law. The proposal of punishing with 1 to 3 years of imprisonment was an initiative of Assembly member of Alianza PAIS (AP), Maria Augusta...