Exclusive By Raïssa Robles Cyber-bullying was never mentioned in the Cybercrime Prevention Law or Republic Act No. 10175 that the Supreme Court has upheld as constitutional. And yet the draft Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) that Justice Assistant Secretary Geronimo Sy released to the media not only adds a new section on cyber-bullying...
By Raissa Robles - Now expect waves of sleazy libel suits filed by politicians against Filipino Internet users.
To combat cyber porn using children, the government is vigorously pushing for the Supreme Court to unfreeze the Cybercrime Law (Republic Act 10175) and allow it to take effect....I cannot stress enough the dangers of the Cybercrime Law. Its atrocious lack of safeguards can easily enable rogue cops and government officials to commit crimes of extortion and blackmail using the digital highway.
I cannot stress enough the importance of making sure that the present Cybercrime Law does not go into effect. Ever. The Supreme Court earlier issued a temporary court injunction which may end by February 6, 2013. Congress goes on recess by February 9 this year, or three days after SC’s TRO lapses. Either Congress radically amends the present Cybercrime Law […]