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Tags: cybercrime law
Online libel, other provisions assailed in appeals vs SC ruling on Cybercrime Law
“The questioned law has a particularly chilling effect on online journalism. These days, not only will a journalist’s work be published using traditional media, but it will be made available on the internet.” – media groups
Youth groups file 1st appeal on SC ruling on Cybercrime Law
“Upholding the constitutionality of the Cybercrime Law is tantamount to sanctioning repression of the freedom of expression and speech, a move that harks back to the dark days of the Marcos dictatorship.” – College Editors Guild of the Philippines
Online, offline protests vs Cybercrime Law mark EDSA I anniversary
“By extending the reach of the antediluvian libel law into cyberspace, the Supreme Court has suddenly made a once infinite venue for expression into an arena of fear, a hunting ground for the petty and vindictive, the criminal and autocratic.” — NUJP
Petitioners to appeal SC decision on Cybercrime Law, set ‘Black Tuesday against e-martial law’
The #NoToCybercrimeLaw alliance called on all netizens and the public to turn their profile pictures on social media into black this February 25.
Sticks and stones
By LUIS V. TEODORO Vantage Point | BusinessWorld The Feb. 18 decision of the Supreme Court is at best only a partial victory for free expression. The Court declared the provisions of the Cyber Crime Prevention Act of 2012 (RA 10175) on unsolicited commercial communications (Section 4c3), real-time collection of traffic data (Section 12), and…
Should we be content with trimmed down anti-cybercrime law?
By BENJIE OLIVEROS Bulatlat perspective The Supreme Court once again came out with a Solomonic decision: it declared certain provisions of the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 as unconstitutional but upheld some as constitutional. The decisions of the Supreme Court are, at best, Solomonic because it is not immune to the political environment it operates…
Cybercrime law to be used against critics, netizens, groups fear
“The criminal nature of libel in this country makes it the perfect tool of harassment (short of murder, which has also taken out so many Filipino journalists).”
Oda sa Korte Suprema
Ni RICHARD GAPPI Bulatlat.com Lapis sa papel, binali; humiwa sa dila’t labi. FOI* ang hinihingi; Cybercrime Law ang sinukli. *FOI – Freedom of Information
High-tech state surveillance opposed
The government has been using the people’s money to violate its citizen’s privacy,
Justices grill gov’t lawyer on contentious provisions in Cybercrime Law
By RONALYN V. OLEA
In questioning the solicitor general, the magistrates picked apart Sections 4(c)(4), 6, 7, 12 and 19, of the law.