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June 16, 2013

Now that KAT.PH is down, which PH domain is next?

The recent seizure of the KAT.PH domains have angered a lot of people who rely on the site for illegal downloads (see original story here). What is actually more chilling is the idea that this seizure can also happen to another PH domain as well, whether the allege offense is similar or otherwise.

October 08, 2012

Did you know Online Libel has been around since 2001?

It looks like the biggest issue of a lot of people with the Anti-Cybercrime Law (R.A. 10175) is the online defamation or online libel provisions. This is because everyone on Facebook or Twitter can now be held liable for their posts.

September 27, 2012

More PH government websites have been hacked!

After so many failed attempts to have the recently passed Anti-Cybercrime law be reviewed, some of our fellow countrymen just had enough of the crap and decided to take matters into their own hands by hacking multiple government websites and placing their banner on it. As the saying goes, “Action speaks louder than words”.

September 22, 2012

Delete this post! Online libel as continuing offense

Since we posted the news about the Anti-Cybercrime Law, a number of people have contacted and asked me questions regarding its implications to bloggers. Though I am not a lawyer, I’ve been a subject of a libel suit back in 2006 so experience has taught me well.

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