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SC resumes oral arguments on cybercrime law



The Supreme Court building in Manila. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines – The Supreme Court resumed hearing oral arguments against the Cybercrime law on Tuesday, according to a report on Radyo Inquirer 990AM.

The report also said that the Manila Police District (MPD) beefed up security on the stretch of Padre Faura St. in anticipation of the protests against the implementation of the law.

There are fifteen (15) petitions filed in the Supreme Court against the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.

The government, through Solicitor General Francis H. Jardeleza, will present its arguments for the law. John Daryl Dimalanta           








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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Krizz-Ibarra/100000181696874 Krizz Ibarra

    maybe the simple removal of that insidious inserted provision by sottocopiert will make the enactment palatable aside from being consitutional 

  • Weder-Weder Lang

    Naku po. Nanginginig na sa takot sina CJ Sereno at ang palasyo dahil sa nangyari last week. If Corona’s downfall did not drive home the point, the scandalous revelations about Enrile and his kulasisi in the social media definitely did. Malakas at maimpluwensya ang social media.

    Kaya mas lalong sisikilin ng palasyo ang online freedom sa pamamagitan ng cyberlibel. Paano kung balingan naman ngayon ng publiko ang executive branch at mag-demand ng greater transparency and auditing of executive funds? Kaya ngayon pa lang, pinatay na ang FOI bill, pagkatapos papatayin ang online freedom.

  • billy gunner

    ano kaya ang susunod pagkatapos ng oral? anal?

    • marionics

      Pórnong pórno ang dating a he he



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