The Supreme Court now allows subpoenas to be sent online, part of a process of improving trial procedures that is being undertaken by the Justice Sector Coordinating Council, Interior Secretary Mar Roxas said here on Friday.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed all pending motions for reconsideration of its Feb. 18 ruling that the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 (Republic Act No. 10175) was constitutional, except for a provision that grants the Department of Justice the power to block websites.
Crisanta Marcelino, an 18-year-old blind student, used to do research for her assignments by sifting through thick Braille books in her school library.
The summer capital has become a hub for an alternative employment opportunity for jobless nurses, courtesy of a new mobile telephone application that makes them online health consultants.
Prosecutors of the Department of Justice (DOJ) here on Thursday moved for the correction of the charges filed against Esperlita Garcia, the antimining activist who was arrested on October 19 for posting an allegedly defamatory note on Facebook.