The majority of Filipino internet users and media groups opposed the passage of the Philippine Cybercrime Law because of provisions which they think would curtail media freedom and other civil liberties.
NEW YORK, NY – Two consecutive actions were organized by the NY Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines (NYCHRP) in solidarity with the continuing fight against the newly-implemented “Cybercrime Prevention Law” in the Philippines this week.
Notwithstanding widespread outrage over the inclusion of libel, among other provisions that could threaten civil liberties, in the Cybercrime Prevention Law, President Benigno Aquino III on Friday said he wanted the offense to remain in the...
Why do we always have to have multiple laws that contradict each other to try and make sense of something useless written. Is it not about time we have a law written that is clear, understood and makes sense to cover all elements. Maybe it is also time to start voting in office educated people that can write laws we can work with. Stop electing popular uneducated idiots into office.
Lawyer wants test case on Cybercrime Law. By Mark Merueñas, GMA News October 3, 2012 1:28am. Lawyer and Philippine Internet Freedom Alliance member Argee Guevarra feared that regardless of how numerous petitions against the ...
The dark days of SOPA and PIPA are behind the US, at least temporarily as copyright tycoons reground and restrategize, attempting to come up with measures that don’t cause the entire internet to shut down in protest.
Summary: Another temporary restraining order against the country's Cybercrime Prevention Act has been filed, as Filipinos protest against its vague definition of online libel and violation of personal rights.
THE Supreme Court (SC) approved Tuesday the decision of Associate Justice Presbitero Velasco Jr. to recuse from hearing the 15 petitions questioning the constitutionality of Republic Act (RA) 10175 or...
Your Excellency, The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) commends the Philippine Supreme Court's decision on 9 October to suspend the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, also known as Republic Act 10175, which had taken effect on 3...
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Media groups and Filipinos stepped up calls for repealing a tough new law that targets cybercrime but activists fear will be used to suppress online freedoms in the Southeast Asian nation.
The Cybercrime Prevention Act’s provision on online libel wasn’t a last-minute insertion in the bicameral conference. The provision was Senator Vicente Sotto III’s proposal that the Senate approved on the floor without objection in January.
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