Rappler's latest stories on anti-cybercrime law
Senator Ralph Recto s committee will start hearing cybercrime bills on March 3 two weeks after the Supreme Court declared online libel 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?
Filipino delegates to a global Internet forum say vague laws threatened Internet freedom in the Philippines
A report of US based Freedom House says Internet freedom in the Philippines declined primarily because of the notorious restrictive and punitive law
Sen TG Guingona says he prefers that netizens not be allowed to post anonymously when commenting on bills online
Sen Nancy Binay and Miriam Defensor Santiago file separate bills on Internet policy
SC justices ask cybercrime law critics: How about Chris Lao case? What of victims of cyberbullying?
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
President Aquino wants a vote on the Reproductive Health bill Senator Santiago wants the Senate to pass a new version of the anti cybercrime law Syria is cut off from the Internet
Sen Miriam Defensor Santiago calls for the passage of a Magna Carta for Internet Freedom to replace the cybercrime law
President Aquino says he supports the decriminalization of libel after earlier defending a law imposing heavier penalties for online libel
Sen Ed Angara says those who like or share libelous posts are not automatically liable under the cyber law