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October, 2012


SC asked to declare cybercrime law illegal

October 1, 2012 · 

Senator Teofisto Guingona III on Thursday filed a petition in the Supreme Court asking the tribunal to declare null and void libel penalty provisions in the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 that he said violated basic constitutional rights and threw the nation back to the dark ages. Senators Francis Escudero and Alan Peter Cayetano also […]

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Rebellion via internet? Bayan slams ‘draconian’ anti-cybercrime law

October 1, 2012 ·  , http://technology.inquirer.net/17400/rebellion-via-internet-bayan-slams-draconian-anti-cybercrime-law

MANILA, Philippines—“Will we now have offenses such as inciting to sedition with the aid of a computer? Or rebellion committed via the internet?” The leftwing Bagong Alyansang Makabayan (Bayan) on Friday criticized the “draconian” Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, saying it violates people’s constitutional rights. “The new cybercrime law reeks with potential violations of our […]

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Outrage over cybercrime law

October 1, 2012 ·  , http://technology.inquirer.net/17494/outrage-over-cybercrime-law

MANILA, Philippines—A new cybercrime law in the Philippines that could see people jailed for 12 years for posting defamatory comments on Facebook or Twitter is generating outrage among netizens and rights groups. The stated aim of the wide-ranging law is to tackle a multiplicity of online crimes, including pornography, hacking, identity theft and spamming, following […]

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