The victims include the children, nieces, and neighbors of the alleged operator of the cybersex den
The Philippine government says it will soon be arresting one suspect for spreading terrorist propaganda online in relation to the Marawi crisis
The arrest of the Chinese nationals is part of the PNP's streamlined crackdown on illegal gambling
A team of cybercrime experts will operate under an 'ethical framework' in running after online criminals without trampling on civil liberties, the justice department says
The issuance seeks to guide prosecutors and public defenders on the amount of bail to recommend to the courts, Justice Secretary Leila De Lima says
The Naval Intelligence Security Force and the National Bureau of Investigation, with the PAOCC, raid 6 cybersex sites in Dinalupihan, Bataan
Justice Roberto Abad, who authored the Supreme Court (SC) decision, is set to retire on May 22, making it unlikely for him to author a new ruling
The Philippines continues to violate an international treaty on freedom of expression with its libel laws, groups say
(UPDATED) Decision of the Supreme Court upholding most provisions of Republic Act 10175 or the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012
Enforcers at the justice department say the libel provision in the Revised Penal Code suffices. Their priorities are graver cybercrimes like hacking, phishing, child pornography.
The Supreme Court rules most provisions of the beleaguered Cybercrime Prevention Act are constitutional
Marcos calls for the protection of free speech online by filing a bill lowering the penalty for online libel in the cybercrime law
The senator, who drew flak for this provision in the anti-cybercrime law, asks: How can celebrities seek redress after having sex videos released without their consent?
(2nd UPDATE) The High Court strikes down only 3 Cybercrime Law provisions, including one that gives the justice department the power to take down online content without a court warrant. It also rules online libel to be constitutional, with one exception.
The Supreme Court decision on the controversial Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 can be traced all the way to Sept 12, 2012 when President Aquino first signed it into law
The NBI looks forward to a favorable decision, saying it will help in terms of law enforcement, legal defense, and deterrence to cybercrimes
The Palace is hopeful that telecommunications companies and officials could agree on how to proceed with the Cybercrime law
But the NBI concedes it is also able to solve crimes through the help of the Internet
The Supreme Court extends the temporary restraining order on the cybercrime law. | The High Court dismisses a petition against political dynasties. | Inflation rises in January after the implementation of the sin tax law.
The Solicitor General says this provision is the heart of the controversial cybercrime law
As we scrutinize our Supreme Court more closely after the impeachment of Chief Justice Renato Corona, we need to pay attention to the actual legal issues brought before it -- beyond the sound bites
University of the Philippines professor JJ Disini says 'only certain provisions of the law are bad and the rest can stay'
Is Cybercrime law Orwellian? Atty. JJ Disini explains his stand in this week's edition of #TalkThursday
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The Palace says the Solicitor General will be able to defend the legality of the cybercrime law
Palace says the NBI already has leads on who is hacking government websites ahead of the cybercrime law debates
The amended petition came weeks before the SC holds its oral arguments on the Cybercrime law, which increases the penalty for libel
Malacañang says the Supreme Court TRO may be a signal to Congress to amend the anti-cybercrime law
It took 11 years to pass the cybercrime law. Controversial amendments to it, however, were made in just a few days.
Sen Edgardo Angara expressed doubts that the Supreme Court will strike down the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012
(2nd UPDATE) The Supreme Court will hold oral arguments on the law on Jan 15, 2013
15 petitions have been filed against the cybercrime law
Live updates from the DOJ forum on the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012
The Department of Justice seeks to clarify the controversial provisions of the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012
Senator Tito Sotto delivers a speech in the Senate to "set the record straight" on the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012
Edsa I and II would not have happened if the country had cybercrime law then, says Bayan Muna Rep Colmenares
The DENR website was restored at around 10:20 pm Saturday, but hackers also attacked the website of Vera Files
Rappler talks to Senator TG Guingona and his fight for cyber freedom alongside the Filipino netizens
Wait for the implementing rules and regulations, says the House Speaker
This is the 10th petition to be filed against the Cybercrime Prevention Act.
The cybercrime law fights the future and takes us back into the past, one that is filled with memories of autocrats and tyrants, of intolerance and impunity, of the descent of darkness and the vigils for the dawn
'They will trace who the hackers are and apprehend them,' Says Secretary De Lima
Based in New York, Human Rights Watch wants the Philippine government to repeal or replace the cybercrime law
The group Anonymous, which defaced Philippine websites to protest the cybercrime law, is known for advocating freedom of speech through hacking
(2nd UPDATE) In a move to attract international attention, hackers deface government websites to protest a Philippine law that penalizes online libel