Former Commission on Elections commissioner Augusto Lagman said Tuesday the act of reviewing the source code of Precinct Count Optical Scan (PCOS) machines is stated in the law, and the failure to review it will deny interested parties the chance to ascertain that the machines counted the votes correctly.
An amateur video of a professor making verbal and physical attacks against one of his students in front of his mostly female class has gone viral on social networking sites.
Roughly P2.7-million worth of allegedly smuggled games software were confiscated while several people were arrested following simultaneous raids in 12 shops in Metro Manila earlier this week, a Criminal Investigation and Detection Group official said Wednesday.
Philippine National Police Director General Nicanor Bartolome is seeking the instalment of video security systems as among the requirements for the issuance of business permits in the country.
The Philippine National Police is investigating who are behind the hactivist group Anonymous Philippines, which launched a series of attacks on mostly government websites to protest the cybercrime law.
Social media users in the Philippines staged Tuesday an online protest, coinciding with a demonstration staged by various groups in Padre Faura, Manila calling on the Supreme Court to reject the controversial anti-cybercrime law that is to take effect Wednesday.
Two cybersex workers and their alleged manager were arrested Wednesday in Caloocan City and police said they could be charged for violating the new anti-cybercrime law.
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