Tuesday, October 2, 2012

R.A. 10175

Ano ang say mo sa cybercrime law? para sakin nakakatakot, pwedeng maabuso. kahit sino na lang ay pwedeng hulihin at ikulong dahil meron ka sinabi na sa tingin ng goverment e masama laban sa kanila. yung mga comments mo sa internet kahit ilang taon na ang nakakaraan ay pwedeng gamitin laban sayo. daig pa nito ang martial law na nangyari noon.

"According to the new Cybercrime Law.

*Anything that could damage the integrity or reputation of an individual or institution can be considered libelous and is a criminal act. Didn't really say what happens when the accusations turn out to be true.

*Even if you're not the original author, simple "sharing" the "libelous" material can mean you're also to blame. 

*It doesn't matter if what you said was prior to the official start date of the law. It's retroactive. If it's still online on Oct. 03, you're still liable. "

 Example nito ay nasa baba

"This is Cybercrime Law in action! (kahit sa October 3 pa magti-take-effect yung law, may umaabuso na.)

This very recent incident will show us how the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 is FLAWED and will indeed cause harm to everyone. These
statements by a certain page claiming to be of PNP give us a clear picture of what will happen starting October 3, 2012. One, that is suggested by these statements, is the INVASION of PRIVACY of every netizen. If the government suspects us of having committed a "cybercrime" as defined in the newly-enacted law, they can immediately track us down and monitor our accounts, WITHOUT COURT ORDER.

This is a CONSTITUTIONAL VIOLATION. The 1987 Philippine Constitution provides in Article III, Section 3. (1) "The privacy of communication and correspondence shall be inviolable except upon lawful order of the court, or when public safety or order requires otherwise as prescribed by law."

Familiar, eh? Yes, it exhibits Martial Law, in cyberspace. But not just in cyberspace because threats to our lives continue in the real world -- spying, tracking, filing cases against us and the possibility of being punished one degree higher (in case of "online libel").

Clearly, this law is ANTI-PEOPLE! We CALL the Supreme Court to URGENTLY heed the petitions we filed against the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012!

If the Aquino Government is really democratic, such laws abridging our freedom to exercise our democratic rights should not be passed or approved. In case they have been approved, immediate junking/action to revise shall be done.

Fight for a GENUINELY DEMOCRATIC PHILIPPINES! No to e-Martial Law! Junk the Cybercrime Law! sign the petition here: http://www.change.org/petitions/junk-the-cybercrime-prevention-law

PS: I hope we can use this against the Cybercrime Law

PSS: Can we file a case against the PNP if our evidences will tell us that it is indeed the PNP that is owning the page? I can feel it poses threat to the netizens who commented on that post, esp. to that person whom the PNP addressed such statements KABATAAN PARTYLIST Raymond De Vera Palatino"

Source: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=407344995985593&set=a.145337415519687.39609.145291485524280&type=1&comment_id=1016364&ref=notif&notif_t=like&theater 
 
Quoted  this from one of my FB friends 

i support anti cyber martial law

1 comment:

  1. sana may tumakbong ibang presidente pa na makakaintindi sa pagkakamaling nagawang ito ng ating mahal na pangulo....well,,,imbess na ito ang iniintindi nya bkit di na lang yung mga taong nagugutom na kailangan ng tulong na lang ang pagtuunan nya ng pansin....ako i vote na magpalit na lang tayo ng presidente...para mawala ang law.

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