Heavily-guarded despite looking like a nondescript building in Makati City, our guide inside Globe Telecommunications Network’s flagship MK2 data center said in jest that if there was to be a zombie outbreak, this would be the best place to go for complete safety.
A lawmaker on Thursday lauded the Supreme Court for making recordings of the recent oral arguments on the cyber law available online.
Our love for travel has fuelled many a budget airline’s existence but for one Filipino the next destination will be unlike any other as it is not on earth.
Instead of imposing rules on internet use, parents should communicate with their children to protect them from online risks.
An amateur video of an irate train commuter yelling at a lady guard over her failure to follow security procedures has gone viral on social networking sites.
Presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda may have clarified that anti-mining advocate Esperlita “Perling” Garcia has not been arrested for e-libel, but a lawmaker on Tuesday insisted that the case showed why the new anti-cybercrime law should be junked.
Petitions against the controversial Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 may have flooded the Supreme Court prompting the high tribunal to issue a temporary restraining order, but a lawmaker on Wednesday urged fellow legislators against making hasty remarks.
Lawmakers on Tuesday welcomed the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision to issue a temporary restraining order on the contentious Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.
Lawmakers on Thursday urged Congress to study amendments being proposed for the Cybercrime Prevention Act as it gears up to resume work next week.
Lawmakers are hopeful that both chambers of the 15th Congress would seriously study proposals to review and repeal the contentious provisions of the Cybercrime Prevention Act, following widespread protests against the law from netizens.
It may take more rabble rousing for amendments on the controversial Cybercrime Prevention Act to happen, House minority leader Danilo Suarez said on Wednesday.
Legislators have filed a measure proposing to repeal contentious provisions of the Cybercrime Prevention Act but fresh attacks on government websites by ‘hacktivists” made some lawmakers feel that Internet use in the country should be regulated to protect the interests of its people.
Lawmakers on Tuesday called on their colleagues to push for the passage of an anti-cyber bullying bill once the House of Representatives resumes work this July.