While it is true that ordinary citizens are expected to maintain civility, speaking out should not be criminalized. We are being punished for demanding from government what it should have been doing in the midst of a health crisis.
Tags: Cybercrime Prevention Act
‘Time to fight back for alternative news under attack’
Since December, Bulatlat and several alternative media outfits have been experiencing a series of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, where the server of a website is maliciously being overloaded to shut it down.
Petitioners welcome extension of TRO on Cybercrime law, call for vigilance
By RONALYN V. OLEA
“There is a need to remain firm, steadfast, and even-tempered in our victory today in order to guard against any further breaches and violations of the people’s right to freedom of speech and expression.” – National Union of Peoples’ Lawyers