Just a college-going lass with way too many interests and ideas and her head thoroughly planted in the clouds.
NO TO CYBERCRIME LAW!
Senators who voted YES:
Sen. Tito Sotto
Sen. Bong Revilla
Sen. Manny Villar
Sen. Lito Lapid
Sen. Koko Pimentel
Sen. Jinggoy Estrada
Sen. Loren Legarda
Sen. Chiz Escudero
Sen. Ping Lacson
Sen. Gringo Honasan
Sen. Pia Cayetano
Sen. Bongbong Marcos
Sen. Ralph Recto
***I didn’t vote for your President, FYI.
Sign the petition HERE
Please signal boost, guys.
The Philippines need media coverage around the world if they hope to have any chance at repealing this shit.
To put things short, this bill is SOPA and ACTA’s demon spawn.
It was signed in at an inconvenient time, purposely for political reasons. This bill will restrict the voice of anyone who wishes to speak out against their politician, and is so vague and convoluted that 12-year jail time can be smacked on anyone for the most absurd reasons.
[ ooc i know but this is relevant to me
i am a citizen of the philippines and this law threatens my freedom on the internet
if you could spread this around it would be much appreciated thank you ]
A lot of the blogs I and my friend follow are suddenly either down or password protected; they didn’t even allow 2 days for this law to pass, certainly not enough time for the public to react, and began acting on it within half a day (this morning), and already have many people in jail for up to 12 years.
This is the ultimate social justice act; not only is it ACTA/PIPA/SOPA combined, if you reblog, post, follow a blog that posts, +like, or otherwise interact with material that could potentially be offensive to someone, you’re immediately in some form of trouble with the law. I don’t know how severe, specifically, depending on what the ‘crime’ is.
Signal boost this, please.))
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