Inquirer Group joins protests vs Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012

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The Inquirer Group’s Twitter account will shortly replace its current profile pictures with a solid black image to lend its support towards  moves to oppose the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.

Here’s a link to the Philippine Daily Inquirer’s frontpage editorial on September 20:
http://opinion.inquirer.net/37106/a-blow-against-free-speech

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  • yesyesyo

    No to internet hackers!

    No to cyber bullies!

    No to internet identity theft!

    No to cybercrimes!

    YES TO CYBERCRIMES PREVENTION LAW (RA 10175)!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HPGUIIJ44DMCSONOPI4JAEMUZM lex

    This politicians think we are dumb people that can easily be manipulated for their whims! enough of their flowery rhetoric! do not vote any administration candidate! stop e martial now!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_E3CE56OQVPC4RPYD2NR4VD3SUE Bert

    I am with PDI on this PROTEST! 

    STOP E-MARTIAL LAW! NOW NA!

    • yesyesyo

      OA reaction mo bert. internet access is still the same in the philippines. if you have no illegal acts in cyberspace you dont have to worry.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/7LPRQ5YUUBJ2PXROT3R3V3DFYM Miguel

    To all my Kababayan.  For our country, Do not vote for any of the LP and UNA candidates.  LEt us show them whos BOSS!  They are supportive of this governament then they are to blame for this CyberLaw.  This is the only way we can show the true power of the People.  Albeit, mabilis pa sa alas kwatro, amended n yang cyberlaw n yan.

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