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cybercrime or cybermartial law?

Originally posted: October 2, 2012


So ok, this would not be a personal continuation of my birthday special but this issue in itself is an important one. 522 more words

Kouryou Archives

Time to get Serious

Privacy issues are no joke…

It is hard to be facetious regarding issues on privacy, security and surveillance in our online world today.  How many times have we heard in the media that some institution has been compromised?  414 more words

COMM506 Archives

RA 10175, Bow!

IT IS ACCEPTABLE– the parts about child pornography and spams, many can and will accept that.

However, history favors the argument that there were those who were able to circumvent and use the laws passed in favor of themselves. 441 more words

Dani Tindungan Jr.

As Cybercrime TRO expires, efforts to junk RA 10175 need to be urgent

Press Release

February 05, 2013

On the last day before the end of the Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) imposed by the Supreme Court on the immensely questioned Cybercrime Law, the College Editors’ Guild of the Philippines Baguio-Benguet continues its ardent call to oppose the law that could largely limit the flow of discourses and the exchange of information in the internet. 310 more words


CEGP holds vigil concert for freedom of expression

By: Sheila Manalac, News Editor

It has been 118 days since the Supreme Court (SC) issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) on the implementation of the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, making this law effective as soon as the order of the high court expires. 291 more words


Days before start of oral arguments: CEGP-BB urges register of opposition against Cybercrime Law

Press Statement

January 08, 2013

A few days before the oral arguments on the controversial Cybercrime Law begin on January 15, CEGP Baguio-Benguet urges the continuing campaign against the law that can make libel “Instagram an insta-crime” in the Philippines. 358 more words


Front Pages: TRO on the Anti-Cybercrime Law

October 9, 2012. Following massive protests online and offline, and fifteen petitions before the Supreme Court (SC), the implementation of Republic Act 10175, also known as the Anti-Cybercrime Law, … 119 more words

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