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NTC to require ISPs to block porn starting this month




The National Telecommunications Commission has posted a memorandum circular last January 30 that will require ISPs to block child pornographic content and websites in the Philippines.

This is part of the guidelines set forth to comply with the Anti-Child Pornography Act of 2009 (Republic Act No. 9775) which was passed some 5 years ago but will only be implemented now.

With the implementation of the rules and regulations, ISPs will have to install carrier-grade monitoring programs to identify and filter out porn content. This could include websites and blogs that publishes porn content, video streaming services that allows uploading and viewing of pornographic video, file sharing sites and webcam services that facilitates the same.

The Philippine is one of the top countries for porn as well as primary source for an emerging webcam child sex tourism. Last month, PornHub reported that the Philippines ranked #15 in global mobile traffic to their site.

In 2008, we also reported that the Philippines ranked #8 in the world for porn revenues.

Updated: See our related story here — “ISP Porn Block: Why it won’t be just child porn“.

{via, source: PhilStar: NTC asks ISPs block cyber-porn}

Updated: Inquirer.net reports “Gov’t to block porn sites in PH“.



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132 Responses

  1. lolwut says:

    Time to move to another country!

  2. watduh? says:

    naku naman.. tsk3

  3. Roland says:

    tara lipat naaaaaaa haha

  4. miguel says:

    dapat lang na alisin na ito. it’s affecting the minds of children. di marunong magbasa, di marunong magsulat, wala pa sa puberty pero sa sex madami nang alam. if this goes thru, i totally support it.

  5. Tae says:

    VPN will save us!!

  6. JFV_noB says:

    Na-block nga nila, may Tumblr naman! LOL

  7. Erin says:

    The intent is commendable but the execution is an example why our laws and policies are full of holes. Definition of terms pa lang ay sablay na.

    The law is about child pornography but the NTC want to cover the superset. Why not push for a full anti pornography law so the intent and implementation matches ?

  8. mga bobo talaga alam nio ba bakit bobo ang karamihan sa mga kabataan? dahil sa nonsense na palabas sa telebisyon. MGA PALABAS NA INAALIS ANG MORAL ng kabataan, tinuruang maging pilosopo.

    Kung walang porn d2 sa pinas ASAHAN NIO mas dadami ang case ng rape… zzz

  9. roflcakes says:

    @Miguel: You may be right at one thing but that does not mean that is the correct answer to it.

    First off, those “children” should be supervised by their parents. Secondly, the internet is a place for people to express whatever they want to express. It’s SHOULD be a place where it’s not supposed to be under ANY government, nor should follow it’s views.

    Oh, wasn’t it built for the freedom of information in the first place? Seriously, if you don’t want your kids to see porn on the internet, then throw them on a cave or something.

    • Angela says:

      @roflcakes Yeah, because all parents have all the time in the world to supervise their children, right? Like, they have no day jobs at all and they could give their entire day supervising their child, right?

      You’ll know when you become a parent. At least the NTC are contributing something to lessen the crime rate here.

    • parent says:

      Angela single mom ka no? Yung nagpabuntis lang? Maraming safety/parental controls na available sa mga devices. Huwag mo kasing iasa sa TV at sa mga gadget ang pagbabantay sa anak mo. Aralin mo yon bago mo muna bago mo bigyan ng access ang anak mo. Matuto ka maging magulang at wag mong gawing dahilan ang trabaho mo dahil poor excuse yan kontra sa pagiging walang kwenta mong ina.

    • Joe says:

      @Angela

      Blocking porn lowers the crime rate? Maybe, but there’s worse crimes out there. How about plunder, kidnapping, robberies? Hell, they can start prosecuting white-collar crimes as well. I’d rather have a high crime rate consisting of crimes with a lesser severity than a low crime rate riddled with the worst kind of shit done to fellow humans.

      How about more efficient law enforcement? Or even uploading the law? Solutions like this and the stricter travel laws are not only stupid laws, it proves that legislators are not looking for an answer to a problem, but just a bandage for a wound that requires surgery.

      Your post seems to support what these legislators are doing. Take responsibility for your own situation, and don’t let the government do your job for you as a parent.

      But hey, whatever the fuck you’re smoking, please do share. Seems like it’s some good shit.

    • mang knorr says:

      @Angela Bababa ang crime rate? Tataas ang piracy. BOOM

    • wew says:

      simple,gagawa rin ng hakbang ang gobyerno kontra piracy.

    • Angela says:

      @parent, Uhh NO. I’m not a single parent. I am happily married with 2 sons, and I’m a project director at a very reputable company. You’re just too stupid enough to understand my point. Please re-read my comment.

      It’s really funny how people judge you easily by just voicing your opinion.

    • Angela says:

      @Joe “I’d rather have a high crime rate consisting of crimes with a lesser severity than a low crime rate riddled with the worst kind of shit done to fellow humans.”

      Oh. My. God. Please don’t reproduce. PLEASE. DON’T.

    • wew says:

      @parent natawa ako sa sinabe mo nakuha mo pang kutyain si @Angela. malay ba naten kung pareho silang working parents,hindi naman lahat ng pamilya eh hindi nagtatrabaho ang mga magulang at palaging nsa bahay lng.di naman ibig sabihin na may trabaho ang magulang eh hindi na siya gagawa ng paraan para mabantayan ang mga anak,ang mga parental controls sa mga devices ay supplementary lng. d naman kase sinabe ni angela na dito lng niya inaasa ung pagbabantay sa mga anak niya. tska tulad ni angela,agree din ako sa kanya sa sinabi niya kay @Joe.

  10. xBot says:

    Sa dami dami ng problema ng Pilipinas yan pa ang naiisipan nyo gawin :) … Di ko alam kung bakit ganyan ang mind set ng mga Opisyales ng Pilipinas :D

  11. azhure says:

    Philippines government is a rotten piece of crap, full of holes including the brains of most ate the government officials who facilitate the amendments of new law

  12. roflcakes says:

    My honest opinion. NTC should instead focus on the consumer welfare from this big companies. Their “Fix” on the bandwidth cap on mobile devices doesn’t really solve it as the issue is the infrastructure. We pay good money for these services and they should do their due diligence and upgrade their infra as the demand gets high.

  13. youjizz says:

    ang bobo ng pinas governement, ang daming mas importanteng pagka gastosan yan pang porn blocking? hahahah napaka bobo. unahin nyo mga porn sa senado mga gago kayo, ang hina na nga ng mga ISPs nyo nag bblock pa kayo? hahahaha putah

  14. rafer says:

    bagal bagal na nga ng internet natin, bawal pa mag porno? mas mahal pa nga internet natin eh sa ibang bansa. kung walang porn, anong binabayaran natin?

  15. moshi says:

    welga kami!!! hahaha

  16. jrmagtago says:

    well ok lang iyan mga netizens dahil may pamamaraan dyan para ma-access ang mga porn websites na iyan kung gagamitin ninyo ang internet circumvention tools para sa mga gustong ma-access ng mga adult nating mga kababayang netizens kung totohanin nila na lahat talaga ng nude/porn websites ay i-block ng gobyerno tulad sa china.At ang hamon ko sa NTC na kung totoo na i block ninyo ang lahat ng porn websites then unahin ninyo ang malalaking isda ng fhm, playboy, at iba pang mga mens magazine na may website dito sa pilipinas na nagpapakalat ng nudity/porn kahit sabihin nilang for the sake of art at doon kami maniniwala sa inyo.Pero sa palagay ko lang ang ipa-block lang nila is child porn lang talaga na dapat lang at sana huwag isunod ang youtube,facebook at twitter na i-block nila na baka idadahilan nila na may porn doon kaya dapat daw i block which means they are now want this country to be anti-democracy and pro-communism like china.

  17. abuzalzal says:

    Simula na ang martial law…

    RIP

    xHamster
    YouPorn
    YouJizz
    PornHub

    paalam mga magagandang dilag, salamat sa magagandang ala-ala mwahhh tsupp

    kids huwag mangamba…andyan pa rin torrent sites

    \m/ zalzal 4ever

    • jrmagtago says:

      well our philippine government are now following china step by step on internet censorship.

  18. abuzalzal says:

    Smart idea, suhulan ang NTC para makabawas sa web traffic

    at alam na natin kung sino may pakana!

    yehey

    Next in line na ba ang KAT.to, Piratebay at ExtraTorrents?

  19. abuzalzal says:

    Ipulanlandit niyo na mga modta niyo sa computer screens, cellphones at tablets ahahahahahaha

    Salsal hanggat meron pa!!!!!

  20. Justin says:

    So the question is, where will the folks at NTC get their porn now? Don’t tell me they don’t watch porn… that would be hypocrisy at its finest!

  21. huh says:

    Actually the NTC under the child pornography law, doesn’t have the power to block all pornographic sites, it only has the power to require the blocking of sites which contain child pornography or related issues.

    • abuzalzal says:

      Pabor ang Local ISPs dito and they will not hesitate to implement it asap

      Less Porn streaming activities will ease-up their traffic congestion woes

  22. kris says:

    BI requires all tourists proof of financial capability to travel
    via
    http://www.mb.com.ph/bi-requires-all-tourists-proof-of-financial-capability-to-travel/

    Anong nangyayari sa Pilipinas? Kalokohan ni PNoy.

  23. ice says:

    no problem just use tor

  24. john says:

    walang duda ang nga swapang nating telecoms na nagooffer ng unlimited but limited internet ang may pakana nito. alam nila na madaming pinoy ang manonood ng porn videos. kapag iblock ang mga porn sites na yan tiyak kokunti ang internet traffic at makakasave sila ng libu-lubong gigabytes of bandwidth, which means more profit.

    hindi to ang solusyon para sa child pornography. problema na yan ng administrasyon. ang daming problema sa pilipinas na di nasosolusyonan bakit ito ang pinagtutuunan nila ng pansin. grabe ang korapsyon, proverty, unemployments, yan ang dapat nilang solusyonan. di pa nga nasosolusyonan ang sobrang mabagal na internet sa pilipinas eh.. kabobohan to NTC

  25. Mang Kanor says:

    kokonte na mag viview ng scandal ko :( Apocalypse

  26. Peter North says:

    This calls for a new revolution. We are slowly being fucked up by stupid government officials and their ignorant policies. FOI Bill is still rotting in Congress, local ISPs are throttling bandwidth speeds (the slowest in the world) and now,they’re blocking porn! Why don’t they block those retarded and stupid local TV shows controlled by the oligarchs. The INTERNET is free, no government should control it.

  27. Fred says:

    Nanny state?

    Its another “pabango” law. Will it really fix the problem with children being abused and exploited? Will it fix the problem of street children getting sucked into crime and drug abuse? Nope.

    Will it give the government a loop hole to shutdown sites showing anything they can define as pornography? You betcha!

  28. Daniel says:

    That is not going to work —– VPN programs can easily bypass such blocks by ISPs. Please go after “real” problems and leave our internet alone…

  29. Kram says:

    People pay their internet service provider the amount of money they ask monthly in the hopes of using the internet as a means of escape in their daily lives FREEly… that escape includes whatever the hell the person wants even if it include pornography… so wouldn’t it be a waste of money if I pay for something yet I wouldn’t be able to use it on whatever the hell I want? Stupid Government of the Philippines… this just proves the point that there is no more hope for the Philippines… economically at least…

    Also why are they focusing on this issue when there are more important things to focus on… Issue with Napoles and Pork Barrel Scam… Anti-Dynasty Bill… PDAF scam… seriously? What are you doing focusing on the stupid thing and not the possible thing that would help all of Filipinos?Seriously?

  30. Jack says:

    Another reason why I hate the Philippine Government.. As if there are no other important issues happening.. The Internet should be FREE(DOM)

  31. V says:

    philippines government is ludacris! they should be attending to more important matters. sureley a lot of people will be raped this comming years. remember remember the fifth of november.

    V

  32. abuzalzal says:

    Chill mga Mastebakers at Masterdebaters…

    Wala pa naman eh… sa puro kapalpakan at ningas-kogon na batas sa Pinas , I doubt it if mai-implement talaga to, in a strict sense.

    Pero kung totoo yung banta ng NTC, aba’y mag panic buying na kayo ng external hard drive at sugurin ang mga torrent sites hehe

  33. Bri says:

    PLDT has been capping torrents download speeds for quite a while now its been 3 months na, hindi siya fixed its intermittent depende lang talaga cguro pag sobrang traffic network nila. Ive also read na pldt wont be implement any capping on their wireline services its just a problem with on one of their submarine cables thats B.S. , like this topic right here anything that would free up their network this will surely be implemented 100%. net neutrality my ass -pldt.

    • abuzalzal says:

      Plan 999 here (3mbps) AFAIK, walang throttling ang PLDT

      Smooth-sailing yung torrent activities ko since late January, avg. 250-320 kbps throughout the day

      have your connection checked dude…kung capped at throttled ka, tapos na yung problema na yan

    • Bri says:

      Ang swerte mo sir, are you in the metro din po ba?
      ang weird kasi 10 Mbps, speedtest is @ max, torrent speed wont exceed 50 Kbps. Dati ang sarap prang direct download ang torrent

  34. wew says:

    pabor ako dito,mas maiiwasan ung child pornography,bibilis pa ang internet kase alm kong karamihan e nagpoporn.haha ayus pag naibsan na ang traffic congestion =))) \m/

  35. wew says:

    natatawa ako sa ibang comment na bat daw ito ang inaatupag,may mas malaki pa daw na problema ang dapat na sinosolusyunan,eh para sakin maituturing ang pornography na isang malaking problema. tska d ko maisip kung abt sinasabe ng iba na magfocus muna sa isang bagay,eh kaya namang maghanap ng solusyon sa ibat ibang problema ng sabay-sabay. kung hindi nagfofocus ang pamahalaan edi sana walang tumutulong sa mga nasalanta,edi sana walang senate hearing, edi sana walang nalalaunch na bagong govt projects,etc.eh kasalanan ba ng gobyerno kung may malaking problema na madaling masolusyunan(tulad neto?).nakakadisappoint lng kase kala ko karamihan ng comments dito e puro pro dito,pero baliktad pla.tsktsk

    • wew says:

      ill be just more specific to my comment,this will not totally solve the pornography,even child pornography. pero atleast kahit isa sa mga ways para makpaagporn e mapeprevent na.

  36. nok says:

    A whole lot of garbage again. Lots of sites gets its own share of porn. Facebook, Tumblr, Blogspot, Twitter; they all get porn. Does that mean these sites will get blocked too? Will they actually find every single content and block it? No, you bet they won’t. Blocking the whole platforms is a lot easier. So unless they get more specific, say goodbye to your favorite websites. If not, then we can always share our stuff over at Facebook, right?

    Then again, will this really solve the problem? All it’s going to do is hide the problem from us. As usual. That’s what’s our government is good at. You can’t solve the crime? Well let’s just hide this and pretend it never happened! And now they’re going to mess things up just so they can look good from everyone else.

    2000 years ago there was no internet. But does that mean prostitution, child abuse or something along those lines didn’t exist?

    • wew says:

      di naman ibig sabihin na hindi nito kayang solusyunan ang pronography eh hindi na naten daat suportahan to.isipin naten na first step to,at paniguradong may mga susunod pang mga hakbang ang gobyerno. kasi kung ganyan ang mentality naten,edi sana wag na rin naten suportahan ung nangyayareng senate hearing kay napoles.hayaan na lng naten siyang makalaya uli.tutal kahit makulong siya at mamatay lahat ng sangkot sa PDAF scam e may korapsyon pa din.

    • EinKreuz says:

      This is addressed to wew:

      Are you one of those holier-than-thou religious types? Bakit kailangan mabigyan ng solution ang porn? Are you retarded? GTFO my internets

    • wew says:

      no, im not. i also watch porn, pero suportado ko to.maraming napapariwara ang buhay dahil sa mga naiinvolve sa cyber sex.hindi pa kasama dito ung indirect effect na nangyayare sa mga nanonood. d ko na babanggitin lahat kase sa tingin ko alm mo na anamn un. ps: nanonood din ako ng porn,pero suportado ko to.d naman kasi ikamamatay o ikapapariwara ng mga tao ang hindi pagnuod ng porn diba?pero may mga tao na namamatay o napapariwara dahil dito.

    • Ein Kreuz says:

      …..May mga taong napapariwara din dahil walang porn. Have you checked the mid-east?

      Well, it’s no use trying to argue with you.

    • wew says:

      mas kakaunti ang population ng mid east kung ikukumpara sa ibang parts ng mundo.majority wins.tska kung iisipin mo mas marami ang negative effects ng pagkakaroon ng porn kaysa sa wala.

    • emzou says:

      Dadami nman ang mga pirated porn CD’s and shit.

    • jrmagtago says:

      @wew well may good effects din ang panonood ng porn kung para lang sa mga may honeymoon after they married but the bad effect is when you are already addicted to porn.

    • wew says:

      hindi solusyon ang porn para maturuan ang mga tao tungkol sa sex,oo ung iba pedeng natututo dun.pero un ung mga tao lng na malawak ang pag-iisip at mature na mag-isip.eh panu ung mga hinde?imbes na mas maging aware sila sa mga bagay na to eh pede patong magudyok sa kanila na gawin nila sa totoong buhay,kahit na hindi p pwede. mas iisipin nila na,”Ay pede pla un!” alm naman naten na malawak ang nilalaman ng porn.eh panu kung ang mapanood nila ay rape sex?edi maiisip din nila na pede pala un?ang nagiisang solusyon jan eh VALUES EDUCATION at SEX EDUCATION,un nga lng para saken kailangan pa ito irevise para maayus ung mga mali.

  37. potpot says:

    Walang sense, nde nito masusugpo ang child pornography… operators of child pornography will just used vpn and alikes, viewing porn is a problem but child exploitation is another matter. You cant stop child exploitation just by blocking viewers. They can operate using vpn and their viewers are from around the globe. IMO, you cantstop the source just by blocking sites.

  38. Sam says:

    “Save the users, jail the pushers.”

  39. Easy E says:

    You can’t find child porno in mainstream porn sites. These porn sites are legal sites and they are prohibited to contain child porn. It is found on deep web. Very stupid. Tanga-tangahan lang. and this is a VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS!

    • wew says:

      lol basahin mo uli gun article walang sinabing mainstream sites lng ang iboblock,ibig sabihn pati ung mga d ganun kasikat na palihim na naglalabas ng child porn.tangatangahan ka lng din e.tska kailan pa naging karapatan ang magporn?maginternet oo human right na pero porn hinde pa.

    • Easy E says:

      Kawawa ka naman WEW at hindi mo alam ang rights mo. LOL.

    • wew says:

      mas kawawa ka puro ka satsat wal ka naman mapatunayan.bigay ka link na nagsasabe na may karapatan magview ng porn.

  40. mang robust says:

    saklap lng… -____-

  41. Joey says:

    Censorship, anyone?

    Curtailing one’s right to see what one does and does not want?

    What will they ban next, anti-corruption statements and groups?

    Who is playing parent to you, dictating what you can and cannot see/watch/read?

    Papayag ka ba?

    • wew says:

      no one wants censorship.pero ibang situation to, pinagbabawal ang isang bagay na bawal naman talaga.

    • jrmagtago says:

      @wew well inuumpisahan na iyan na mag-ala censorship na tayo tulad ng china gamit ito na lahat daw ng pornograhic websites ay dapat daw i-block at sa susunod niyan ay pati fb at twitter ay mablock na rin ng gobyerno sa kadahilanan na may porn din sa kanilang websites.

    • wew says:

      mukang d naman nila magagawa yan,malaki ang naitutulong sa bansa naten ang social networking sites,kilala pa nga tayu sa ibang banse bilang isa sa mga pinakamadaming gumagamit ng facebook kahit na di naman malaki ang populasyon naten.

  42. abuzalzal says:

    Wow may porn police dito…

    righteous na righteous ah :-)

  43. abuzalzal says:

    Mga obobz makinig kayo, Porn doesn’t induce Rape!

    Nor hold strong influence on such

    mag research nga kayo ng mga rape cases sa mga depressed / rural areas na walang net access…mamamangha kayo…incestuous rape pa yan!

    Porn is simply a form of entertainment (much like watching soap or a movie)

    it brings the fantasy of fucking an elusive hot young lady that you may never get in your pathetic boring life

    Men are hardwired to love porn, because we are born with the innate desire to copulate. Soooo yung mga nagmamalinis dyan, manahimik na lang kase walang naniniwala sa inyo!!!!!

  44. v says:

    i bet once the filtering infrastructure is in place it can easily be turned around to censor stuff critical of the present administration

  45. Realist says:

    As if the government people don’t watch or read porn! Puhleeeaaase!

  46. GENIUS says:

    wow dameng nag-react! basta porn mabenta talaga!

  47. deftera says:

    I’d be scared if I had more faith in this government. I still don’t see anything happening in their “war” on piracy.

  48. sus says:

    to what end? bbli nlng mga tao nung mga dvds?! sa bgay ms okay un wla n buffering! sa malaking tv p papanuorn! ako ngbbyad ng internet ko gagawin ko gsto ko at s pgkaka alam ko hnd naman libre manuod ng child porn, s ibng bnsa nga bwal un e, anu nanamang pinuputak nla porket ksma ang ph s top porn watchers?? so what?? n2ral lng un! ung iba nga kaya nkakapg pigil pang gawin ung real thing dahl nlng s pagfafap e lels

  49. InfinitySE7EN says:

    Naalala ko yung sabi ng isagn kakilala ko dati. na ang porn ang bumubuhay sa internet.. ahahahah.. if alisin ang porn sa internet.. luge mga isp.. yun ang sabi nya dati sakin.. ewan ko kung true..

  50. Yeah says:

    Nakakaenjoy magbasa ng mga comments. hahaha.
    (gotta start sorting things out starting now).
    hahaha.

  51. mar says:

    ok na ok yan…

  52. reojie says:

    Kapag inalis niyo ang porn mas lalong dadami ang mga mabubuntis sa highschool at mga magkaka HIV na bakla dahil hindi na sila magsselfie.. maghahanap na sila ng LIVE action. mga burat kayong mga nasa gobyerno!

  53. Lolz says:

    Conspiracy ng BI at NTC yan! Biro mo, ayaw ka na paalisin ng pilipinas para maghanap ng trabaho as tourist sa bansa na pwede pa ang porn hahaha!

  54. SomeGuy says:

    Porn > Poverty.

    Get your shit together, gov’t.

  55. ijlen says:

    mag online games na lang kayo mga adik sa porn mga manyak !! ano kau pag nakakita kau ng chiks sa dilim or the worst “bata” pa, kayo nagsama magbabarkadang manyak e di rape din ang punta . hindi nyo lang alam unti – unti na kayong kinokontrol ng porno na yan dahil sa mundo ng porn walang bawal! tandaan nyo yan pa ingles2 pa kau wala nmn kayong moral.

    • Niklaus says:

      Ok lang ang porn kung paminsan minsan bro. Mga cases nga ng mga nare-rape na bata sa mga rural areas na walang access sa porn. Kahit nga sa mga bansa na bawal ang porn marami pa rin rape. Pagni-repress mo kasi ang isang urge ng mga tao, siguradong lalabas ito ng mas malala pa. Di talaga solution ito, pang distract lang nila ito sa mga mas malalaking problema sa bansa. Huwag dapat hayaan ang gobyerno magsimula na mag censor2 kasi di yan sila makontento hangat di pa lahat ng gagawin natin didiktahan na nila. :)
      About dun sa online games. Dahil sa mga daily cap na nilagay ng isps, di na makakalaro ng maayos ang mga tao. :)

    • mukamupwetko says:

      nanonood lang ng porn wala ng moral? bakit? sa harapan mo ba kami nanonood? ugok! reklamo reklamo ka dyan e ikaw hentai nga pinagsasalsalan mo. hahaha. bumalik ka nalang sa mundo ng hentai at online games mo gunggong! puros dota kasi alam ng kukote mo.

    • Trollwarz says:

      Dude, mahirap talaga makipagtalo sa mga taong manyak.
      Sabi nga nung isa pag NI-REPRESS MO ANG URGE NG ISANG TAO. As in re-press talaga? Press lang ng press!

    • wew says:

      wag nyong isisi sa kawalan ng porn ang nangyayareng rape cases sa ibang lugar,partikular na sa mga rural areas. may values education at sex education po na mas maayus gamitin.d naman kase lahat ng tao na nanonood ng porn e malawak ang pagiisip na pag nanonood sila ay mas nagiging aware sila. ung iba mas naiisip na tama plang gawin un at un ang maguudyok sa kanila na gawin pa un sa totoong buhay.let’s take for example ung mga rape sex videos.

  56. porndot.com says:

    Gov’t always do the easiest way to solve a problem but may not be the most effective. Most gov’t officials are too old to to lead and think to old- fashioned, let the open minded guys do it and you’ll see.

  57. AnoPoYungP0rn says:

    hi mom!

  58. Wag naman hahahahhaha maawa naman kayo hahahaa

  59. Kalvin says:

    Ang balita nga e mahilig daw sa gay porn ang ating mahal na pangulo.

  60. crappy bird says:

    “No problem kase may torrent websites naman!”

    Baka nakakalimutan niyo yung Fair Usage policy.

    Kainis naman to. Di ako makapag torrent.

    Also mukhang yun ang sunod na plano naman ng ating government, Blocking torrent websites.

  61. Lawyer says:

    Yugatech, paki ayos naman mga articles. CHILD PORN lang po ang blocked ayon sa Republic Act No. 9775. Gusto nyo lang dumami hits nitong article/site kaya hindi inispecify sa content na regular porn will not be affected. tsk tsk.. ano na nangyayari sa yugatech?

  62. ChildPornLangPo says:

    Section 9. Duties of an Internet Service Provider (ISP). – All internet service providers (ISPs) shall notify the Philippine National Police (PNP) or the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) within seven (7) days from obtaining facts and circumstances that any form of child pornography is being committed using its server or facility.

    • jrmagtago says:

      WELL KUNG GANON EH BAKIT LAHAT NG NUDITY/PORN WEBSITES AY DAPAT DAW I BLOCK WHICH OUR LAW SAID NA ANG DAPAT LANG I-BLOCK IS FOR CHILD PORN LANG TALAGA?

  63. Komento says:

    Whoa, 97 comments as of this message. Ang lilibog natin! lol

  64. Trollwarz says:

    May price ba sa 100th comment?

  65. PornoForPyros says:

    Walang problema yan mga dre. may VPN nman. d nila kaya iblock un

  66. Mark says:

    Really? Hmmm . . . Well, in a sense I think this is a global concern. Still, regarding the porn issue, I don’t think this is a good investment for a country. Well, it could straighten up the thoughts of most people watching porn, and if we look at it this way, it could lead to a better nation. But taking Japan as an example, being one of the top producers of pornography in the world, their capability as a country is still high even though they watch a lot of porn. I don’t know for what purpose this “forced control” is being implemented for. Is it to regain the “honor” of the Philippines as a nation and remove it from the #15 spot in PornHub? Maybe its because we sell a lot of pirated DVDs (porn or not) that the country have gained the spot in terms of site visits, streams, and/or downloads. Hahaha. I don’t know . . . Something tells me that this isn’t a good investment. Have they really run out of ideas, or things to prioritize that they have decided to prioritize such? Well, I’m not against it, nor am I with it but the point is that, I’m still lost. What are their objectives for this? If there is porn, or none, so what? I don’t get it.Last time I checked, we still got a China-bullying problem, Yolanda, Zamboanga siege, and the Bohol-Cebu earthquake.

  67. DI naman dapat yan ang pagkaabalahan ng GOV. napaka daming prob. ang BANSA di lang yan. kesa yan ang iblock why not ung mga ILLEGAL NETWORKING SITES? or VAGUE SITES? yang porn (SEX) kasama na yan sa LIFE. nasa TAO nalang yan. at pag inalis nyo yan masasabi ko mas madaming maRARAPE at MABUBUNTIS dahil sa CURIOSITY about SEX. iblock nyo nalang ung MINOR PORN pero ung licensed wag na. hahaha

  68. biaknabayag says:

    start downloading boys…

  69. wew says:

    sa mga nagsasabe n baka daw tumaas teen pregnancy rate sa bansa, d lng porn ang paraan para pababain to(kung sakaling nakakatulong nga ito) kaya nga may values education at sex education e.mas preferred ko values education, pero alm kong wala namang ganitong subj sa public school kaya ok din ang sex education.kailangan lng n may baguhin p sa magiging nilalaman ng sex education.ung paunang pilot testing kssen g deped may mga nilalamn n sa tingin ko hindi dspat nandun.imbes n maturuan e mauudyok p ung mga bata.

  70. bruce says:

    Punyetang panot yan! Nasan na ang FOI bill? Bakit ito pa ang uunahin? Wala na talagang ginawang matino ang gobyernong ito.

  71. Hen-Sheen says:

    If the ISP’s here are going to block Porn Sites, then it would be only a matter of time before they make the Internet a pay to visit per site. I.T. Security should be strongly enforced here in the Philippines. But since this a third world country, it will take Decades before that comes into play. After all Internet is Internet. I was born in the 80’s where this type to tech does not exist. Where’s that Remote? I going to watch TV instead!

  72. pong says:

    Sa website na lang daw kayo ni pnoy mag paraos whahahahahah

  73. Blue says:

    Bakit ba porn ang pinagkakaablahan ng gobyerno when we have more pressing problems like the China’s bullying, Napoles – asan ang ninakaw, taxes – why is BIR nitpicking on small taxpayers but continuously turn the other cheek sa big corporate tax evaders, Meralco who jacked up their rates by 40%, Maynilad and Manila Water, GOCC directors who take millions as bonus payouts, the toxic wastes that are thrown our way (because someone or some people were paid to let these wastes be smuggled in) and the list goes on. Juice ko. Tapos blocking porn sites ang pagkakaabalahan. Walang kwenta.

    • wew says:

      alm mo kung bakit?kasi di ka nanonood ng tv.lumabas ka ng kweba. di naman ibig sabihin na dahil ito ang mas malaking problema,ito dpaat ang pinagkakaabalahan. basta macoconsider siyang malaking problema,isa dpaat to sa mga pinaprioritized,kasama na dun ang pornographic industry sa pilipinas,lalo na ung ilegal. bakit?d ba sila nagpapasenate hearing para sa pdaf scam?d ba gumagalaw ung mga gobyerno para resolbahin ung sa meralco?d ko naman sinasabe na tama ang gobyerno,oo mabagal sila gumalaw.pero mali naman sabihin na di nila inaasikaso yang mga yan.

    • Blue says:

      Wew, nababaliw ka ba? Sabi mo lumabas ako ng kweba at manuod ng tv? Ang palabas sa tv ay propaganda ng PR machinery ng gobyerno. Un lang naman ang meron sila, PR machinery. Alam mo ba nangyari sa Yolanda? Nakapunta ka ba sa ground zero? Kilala mo ba si mr photo op at presscon lang tapos iniwan sa ere ang mga nasalanta? Yan ang gobyerno natin. Ang lakas ng apog mo naman mangutya na asa kweba ako. Eh Ikaw. Mukhang nasobrahan ka sa tv. Naniwala ka agad dahil asa tv. Bakit kelangan unahin ang mas malalaking problema? Simpleng common sense. Salat sa resources ang gobyerno. Hindi nito kayang tugunan ang lahat ng pangangailan ng taong bayan at ang responsibilidad nito. Common sense na pag di mo kaya lahat ng problema, dapat unahin mo ang mga problemang may pinakamalaking salantang dala gaya ng malawakang corruption sa gobyerno, kolusyon ng malalaking companya gaya ng Meralco at gobyerno, monopolyo, at ang seguridad ng bayan. Sino ba ang sinasabing big fish na nasesante gawa ng pdaf scam? Wala. May nasoli bang pera? Wala. Hindi nga nila inaasikaso. Ang pakay lang naman ng perya na yan sa pdaf eh publicity at ang 2016 election. Ang mga nagpapapogi at naninira ng puri. Pero asan na ba ang hard evidence? Asan na ang kaso sa korte para totoong lumakad ang kaso, makulong ang dapat makulong at mabalik ang nakamkam na pera sa kaban ng bayan. Ni hindi pa tapos ang pdaf, may nangamkam sa pondo ng pagrehabilitate sa mga nasalanta ng Yolanda. At habang nangyayari yan, nagtaas ng walang basehan ang Meralco na syang nahatulan na nagovercharge sa mga customers nya ng ilang taon. Yan ang gobyerno natin. Ikaw ang lumabas sa kweba, umalis ka na sa tapat ng telebisyon mo at tumigil ka sa kakapanood ng sensationalized news mo. Baka sakaling magkamuwang ka sa totoong nangyayari sa ating bansa.

    • wew says:

      Chill.eto tubig kalma ka lng.haba ng sinabe mo e.hahaha anyway alm ko nangyayare sa govt naten,daming katiwalian,in short.pero mali naman kase na sabihin mo na walang ginagawa ang pamahalaan sa ibang bagay,kaya nga andaming lumalabas na balita tungkol sa gobyerno kase sabaysabay nilang ginagawan ng paraan.d naman excuse na dahil salat,dapat isaisahin lng ang problema.aba,maraming magagalit nyan sa gobyerno.pag inuna ang agrikultura,magagalit ang iba.pag inuna naman ang iba,magagalit ang mga magsasaka.kuha mo punto ko?masyadong exaggerated naman kase ung sinabe mo na d na inaasikaso ng gobyerno ung ibang bagay.tutol ako sa sinasabe mo na dapat isaisa lng,bakit pa gagawin un kung kaya namang ipagsabay?ex.etong porn industry at pdaf scam.sa pdaf scam,alm naten na matagal pa ang gugugulin nyan,anung gusto mong gawin naten?ang araw araw na nasa tv e eto lng?ilang taon na ito lng ang pinagkakaabalahan?eh pede namang habang umuusad ung kaso e pagtuunan ang ibang bagay.eto n nga, ung porn industry.kung tutuusin nga walng ginastos ang pamahalaan sa gagawin nilang ito eh,uutusan lng naman nila ung isp para iblock.wala silang ni singkong gagastusin.kahit nga ako na opisyal kaya kong ipagawa to sa isp in less than a month after ng proposal.kasi walang masyadong gugugulin dito.kuha mo ung punto ko?MULTITASKING bro,multitasking.

    • wew says:

      tska isa pa,hinde pedeng sabihin ng govt na eto ang pinakamalalang problema,eto ang pangalawa,etc. depende sa pananaw ng tao kung anu ang pinakamalala.para sa mga biktima ng prostitusyon,itong problema na to ang pinakamalala.kasi hindi matutumbasan ng kahit anung pera ung nangyaring kahihiyan sa kanila. para sa mga mangingisda sa panatag shoal,kakulangan sa kagamitan ng militar ang pinakamalala.dahil sa nangyayare sa panatag shoal na hindi makuhang protektahan ng maayus ng govt ang mga mangingisda,nanganganiba ng buhay nila.dahil dun,pede pa nilang ikamatay mismo o ikagutom ng pamilya nila.GETS?

  74. franz says:

    MISLEADING title.

    Only child porn. Not porn.

  75. Chaos says:

    Sensationalist kupal ang dating ni YugaTech. para lang makarami ng readers. tsk tsk.

    Child Porn and gustong iblock, hindi lahat ng Porn. Bobo!

  76. abuzalzal says:

    Hahahahahahahahahaha, yun naman pala eh

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  79. luis minoza says:

    d dapat alisin sa internet ang youjizz

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