New term #Sinotto trends amid new plagiarism row

Amid allegations that Senator Vicente “Tito” Sotto III copied parts of his speech from someone else anew, Filipino netizens found a way to make light of the situation yet again.
 Minutes after the Internet went abuzz that Sotto just translated parts of a speech originally delivered by the late US Senator Robert F. Kennedy but did not give him credit, several Twitter users started the hashtag “#Sinotto.”

Tweets with “#Sinotto” hashtag are posts where netizens translate famous English quotes to Filipino or vice versa.

The hashtag immediately made it to the local trending topics.

 

READ: Sotto plagiarized Robert F. Kennedy speech; translated into Filipino

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