Rappler's latest stories on JJ Disini
‘This is a legal point that perhaps I think is something that we can bring up all the way to the Supreme Court,’ says leading cyber lawyer and Rappler counsel JJ DIsini
In an age when Facebook has become a staple in daily life, how can an average person protect his or her personal data online?
The Cambridge Analytica controversy and the #DeleteFacebook movement that resulted from it highlight the perils of harvested personal data
Proponents of state surveillance argue that monitoring individuals is necessary in the interest of 'national security'. But who defines what 'national security' is? To what extent is state surveillance legal?
The administration of President Rodrigo Duterte purchased communications surveillance equipment from the UK. What should citizens know about state monitoring?
(UPDATED) The crime of online libel didn't exist at the time the Rappler story was published. 'If respondents are charged by the government, it would make the cybercrime act an ex post facto law' which is prohibited under the Constitution, says top cybercrime lawyer JJ Disini.
This means any previous libel case 'can be reopened' if the story concerned remains online, warns Rappler CEO Maria Ressa
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NBI Cybercrime Division chief Manuel Eduarte says a search warrant against Rappler is highly unlikely
Ensuring the protection of Filipinos' personal information should not be seen as a burden, says National Privacy Commission official Ivy Patdu at a seminar on data privacy
The recent deadlock between LTFRB and companies Grab and Uber reflects the challenges encountered by innovators clashing with government regulators
Rappler talks to top technology law expert JJ Disini and lawyer Chris Lao a cyber bullying victim on the Cybercrime law
Junior Justice Marvic Leonen says there are less draconian alternatives such as civil actions
In the age of social media if someone merely shares a potentially libelous story on his Facebook wall he cannot be sued for libel because he is not the original author of the post
Miriam: SC ruling on online libel erroneous Disini: Cybercrime has chilling effect on freedom of speech Live rounds used in Kiev clashes
Rappler talks to lawyer JJ Disini on how the Cybercrime law could fare in 2014
Anything can happen with the Supreme Court ruling on the cybercrime law The SC can even rule against libel altogether not just online libel
Bangsamoro peace panels close to a final peace agreement ERC Chief Ducut not quitting Intellectual property expert cites cybercrime law problems
University of the Philippines professor JJ Disini says only certain provisions of the law are bad and the rest can stay
SC justices ask cybercrime law critics: How about Chris Lao case? What of victims of cyberbullying?
Would the Supreme Court act on the case even in the absence of actual controversy involving it?
A victim of child sex porn files the first complaint under the Cybercrime Prevention Act