Guingona: Cybercrime Law is in comatose

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indefinitely extend the TRO on its implementation. [caption id="attachment_8258" align="alignright" width="167" caption="Guingona"][/caption] ?First, the Supreme Court puts Cyber-Dracula to sleep in its tomb with a TRO that ends on February 6th. But before Cyber-Dracula is mortally impaled with the stake of reason of petitioners, the Supreme Court causes it to slip into endless coma. The Filipino people are left to pulling the plug on Cyber-Dracula’s life on its own sweet time,? he said in a statement. Guingona, the only senator who voted against the controversial law, said the ?petitioners against RA 10175 must be congratulated for standing up for the people’s rights.? ?Our thanks also go to Filipino netizens who consistently waged a good fight against RA10175, online and offline,? he said. ?We all vow to continue the militancy not only against RA10175 but any threat to freedom.? Sen. Edgardo Angara, the principal author of the bill that created the law, said SC rulingwould give the next Congress time to revise the law. ?That?s good because the next Congress will have time to revise and see what needs to be refined and changed in the cybercrime law,? Angara said. — with reports from PNA]]>

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