Friday, October 5, 2012

Poll: Did Your Senator Vote for the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012?

Source: Spot.ph

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    1. Iba din talaga ang priorities ng mga politicians sa atin

      Again magtanda sana tayong lahat at vote wisely.

      Cruella

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    2. Cyber crime law = martial law

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    3. The politicians, high profile big time people, famous people like our foreign artists are the ones who will really benefit from this law. What about the rest of the Filipinos? Sana, when they make laws they should make sure that it will not only benefit the rich, famous and the powerful, but also the majority of the Filipino people.

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    4. We deserve to know what our elected government officials are doing. We deserve to know the truth. With the passing of the cyber crime law, only a few people who are equally rich and powerful, would dare to voice out their true sentiments against elected officials, the rest of the average Filipinos will no doubt just shut their mouths for fear of being fined and imprisoned. This law will probably silence also would-be-whistle blowers... the corrupt will no longer have to fear anything....

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    5. Cyber crime law = goodbye would-be whistle-blowers

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    6. Im very sure that if this same law was enacted during the previous administration, many of our present government officials (who voted for this law) would be lining up the streets and join protests against this same law. And they will probably liken our past president to a dictator.

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    7. We deserve to know what our elected government officials are doing. We deserve to know the truth. With the passing of the cyber crime law, only a few people who are equally rich and powerful, would dare to voice out their true sentiments against elected officials, the rest of the average Filipinos will no doubt just shut their mouths for fear of being fined and imprisoned. This law will probably silence also would-be-whistle blowers... the corrupt will no longer have to fear anything....

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    8. We deserve to know what our elected government officials are doing. We deserve to know the truth. With the passing of the cyber crime law, only a few people who are equally rich and powerful, would dare to voice out their true sentiments against elected officials, the rest of the average Filipinos will no doubt just shut their mouths for fear of being fined and imprisoned. This law will probably silence also would-be-whistle blowers... the corrupt will no longer have to fear anything....

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  2. stupidity at its highest level...now they're cleaning their mess because they cannot ignore the fact na malaking bagay ang social media sa kampanya nila. And with that Senator who is possible for inserting the libel clause in the bill, he clearly doesnt understand the Filipino people. Masyadong hambog pa din!

    If Krizzy and Mic will run for the senate, I'd definitely going to vote for them rather than this senator who should have stayed with his noontime variety show!

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  3. di bale malapit na ulit ang eleksyon, humanda kayo! hahaha.

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    1. Tomo! Excited na'ko iboto ang mga talagang dapat iboto (IMO)!

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  4. Pero sa interview kay Sen. Sotto sabi niya hindi daw siya nag insert ng Libel Clause.. Juiceko. Nag vote pala talaga ang mga senador na binuto ko..

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    1. ikaw ba aamin ka kung ikaw ang umutot... syempre hindi

      I can;t wait for 2016, pag natapos ang term nya

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    2. Filipinos have short-term memories. After what the Marcoses, Estrada and GMA did nandya pa rin sila.

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  5. yes, and Im following her on twitter! totally turned off.. there's a law prohibiting this kind of law eh.. ano yun di nila alam? theyre showing lang na di nila talaga prang npgaralan ng mbuti yung batas! haynakoh!

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  6. ang tagal-tagal na ng ibang mga bills (ex: RH bill 10yrs na!) di nila naisasabatas! yung cyber crime law parang inutot (excuse my word) lang nila! batas kagad! really?!!! siguro kasi lam nilang mkikinabang sila dito e noh mmmm

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  7. mabuhay si senadora miriam defensor-santiago yun lang po!!

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  8. D q alam, dpat fp nlagay mu list ng mga bumoto s law n yan... Ala nman cguro msma dun...

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    1. Ay sori, nka turn off images q,,, nka opera mini lng kc aq.. Hahaha

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    2. Haha. Naka opera mini din ako. Nagulat nga ako sa comment mo.. Kala ko nalito kalang.. LoL

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  9. So alam na kung sino na di bobotohin! Di talga makataranungan! Ano bey! Para san pa ung freedom of speech!

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  10. Goodluck talaga. i hope our president read and understood what is written before he signed. ang daming filipino ang naapektuhan. they cant even comment on fb posts kahit hindi about the govt or artists ang involved sa posts. kahit retweet di na rin masyado nagagawa kasi scared na baka makulong. imagine that? the last time this happened was during Marcos' era... social media is one good outlet of angst, complains or even criticism whether it's good or bad... dun na nga lang nailalabas ang hinaing madedeprive ka pa kasi may possibility na makulong. the worldwide web has been a great influence to everyone in the world. Goodluck sa kanila sa election... mas maraming kabataan at middle aged citizens ang registered voter na knowledgeable sa situation na ito at exposed sa paggamit ng internet kesa sa senior citizens...

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    1. true. i deactivated my fb, and stayed away from social media, and avoided watching the news altogether, lest i make nasty comments about our id*otic government.. i really got affected with this CCL, i'm very opinionated, specially now that election season has started. nakakakulo ng dugo ang mga epal na politiko na nakikita ko sa tv.

      so this must be what it felt like during the martial law. will resume being active kapag may TRO na sa law na ito, or i get used to just shut up whenever i feel like trashing these nincompoops of public servants(daw).

      i am so happy though that Senators #1, #2, and #4 voted. Are they midterm re-electionists? BECAUSE I AM SO NOT VOTING!!


      i really hope this revolution will not lose it's flame after some time

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    2. True, cyber law is equivalent to martial law.if this wil not be amendeded, i will also deactivate my FB and twitter accounts. The politicians, artists, and rich people are the only ones who will truly benefit from this law. With regards to our local artists, they will benefit from this law kasi there will be lesser negative publicities for them. On the other hand, this might also have detrimental effects on their careers. Our local artists should remember, that whether, good or bad, publicities keep them in the limelight. Look at our other local artists with negative publicities only, they still manage to stay in the limelight... may name recall pa rin kahit paano....

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  11. guingona will be the #1 on my list next election!

    kairita sila, mga hugas kamay yung mga ibang senador jan, hmp.
    actuallt ok lang nmn yang cyber crime law na yan, kaso halatang yung iba jan isinulong agad para sa pansariling interes lang.

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    1. #2 ko siya... #1 parin si defensor

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  12. pa share din po sa blog ko. i'll give citations and acknowledgement to avoid same mistake made by...

    thanks!

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  13. Does any one here have the complete transcript of the law? Puro opinion lng kase nakikita ko. maganda ng basahin ang buong batas.

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    1. Google mo lang RA 10175
      http://www.gov.ph/2012/09/12/republic-act-no-10175/

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    2. you can google it. Its downloadable. I agree with you. Ang daming nakiki-ride lang sa issue, without even reading the whole bill.

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    3. Punta ka sa Batasan. Natural opinion ang sasabihin ng madla... dahil OPINION nila ang pinipigilan ng batas na ito. Wake up ka nga dyan!

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  14. Turned off with Sen. Pia Cayetano :( Didn't expect her to support this stupid bill.

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    1. Yes, I, too, am disappointed with Sen. Pia Cayetano. tsk, tsk.

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    2. oo nga e! haaayz

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    3. Ako din, so disappointing.

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  15. Sorry i won't vote these crazy senators. Not anymore not at all. We have the right not to vote for them. Sayang sila! Sana they studied it carefully before they paased the bill and to our president he should've read it first before he signed it. Kalokohan itong cyberlaw na ito.

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  16. Kakabilib si Sen. Kiko Pangilinan. Kung tutuusin, he could havettaken the opportunity to support this bilk for persobal reasons just like what Tito Sotto did..since ang daming bashers ng wife nya. But then he did not support the law. Sharon admittedly pro Cybercrime Law. It's a.bit comforting to know na may mga pulitiko pa ring katulad ni Kiko Pangiliban na hindi hinahaluan ng personal intetest or family issues ang trabaho nila sa bayan.

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    1. pro bill yan si ate sha pero lagi din naman nyang binubully si papa p sa twitter nya.. since my cybercrimelaw na dapat idagdag na din jan yung mga mahilig magparinig. unang ikukulong jan si taba,lakas nyang magparinig eh.

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    2. Korek! Iboboto ko ulit si Kiko. Fashion pulis, salamat sa listahan.

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    3. ANON 1:55 i kind of agree with u. but remember that sharon's cyber war with some twitter users started after KC's Buzz intetview. KC was attacked and so Sharon defended her daughter and so on..wala ng katapusang sagutan. Hindi nga nagsasaluta su Piolo pero grabeng atake ginagawa ng supporters nya kay Sharon and KC so gumaganti si Sharon. For me pareho lang mali si Sharon and supporters of Piolo. Pareho kasi sila di makapagmove on.

      Pro yun nga point ko, Kiko could have voted for the law para matakot ang bashers atakehin wife nya sa Twitter. Pero hindi nya ginawa yun. Hindi nya ginamitan ng personal interest ang responsibility nya as a senator. Para sakin nakakabilib yun. So iboboto ko sya ulit.

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    4. si tita miriam santiago din anti-cybercrimelaw! :D

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  17. dont porgets that our dear president too signed it. tsk tsk

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  18. Cyber crime law for me is okay kung ang basis ay mabawasan ang cyber bullying ng mga haters at mga foul words. Kaya lang OA naman ang pagkaka gawa ng law nila esp yun sa libel thing..

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  19. kc pag artista wag n iboto... bobling! tignan nyo list... puro artista!
    oto oto... pasalamat ka s EB

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  20. Sa dinami dami ng problema ng Pilipinas, inuna pa ang cybercrime law. Problema lang naman yan ng mayayaman. Ang dapat atupagin ng mga nasa gobyerno ay kung paano mawawala ang graft and corruption. Yun lang naman ang punot dulo ng problema ng bansa natin. Kung walang graft and corruption, maraming investors ang papasok. mag kaka trabaho ang karamihan ng mga pinoy. bababa ang bilang ng mahihirap. may pera ang gobyerno para pagandahin ang serbisyo sa tao. uunlad ang ating bansa. di na tayo pupunta pa ng ibang bansa para kumita ng pera.

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  21. Senator Chiz... I am so disappointed... you're very opinionated pa naman. I never thought that you'd support this kind of law.

    To all those Senators who voted to pass this law, you've just created your own monsters!

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  22. yes, and even the senator i would fight for is listed there. buti na lang, ngayon pa lang eh napatunayan na nyang hindi sya karapat dapat na iboto sa next election. i am so disappointed. thanks for this FP, sa mga pagkakataong ganito kalong tumatalino ang mga botante dahil sa mga information n yan... pero sa mga natirang senador, meron pa bang matitino? shall vote or not to vote na lang ako.

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  23. The president have veto power. Di nya ginamit. Period.

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  24. We can't trust and believe our lawmakers. Sad but true. I hope I can get out of this country soon .Most are lazy, incompetent, self-serving and corrupt.

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    1. Masakit basahin at pakinggan yan kaibigan pero totoo

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  25. Unahin nila yung pila dun sa mrt north ave.. grabe palagi dun ang pila ang haba! tsk!

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    1. OMG! i agree with you! grabe MRT lines :(

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  26. No read-only write, nobody's home, with friends only at work style. That's it. baka ma-sew ako ng mga tinutukoy ko.

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  27. Natatawa ako sa proponent ng bill na 'to. Pinapa move nya implementation, e implemented na nga. Now they are reaping what they had sown. Takot lang nila sa taong bayan, malaking bawas sa boto.

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  28. mas gusto ko pa atang makita sa wall ko ang comments/opinion regarding sa status ng bayan natin kesa naman sa mga walang kakwenta kwentang bagay tulad emo quotes, concert tickets, starbucks photo, magnum photo etc.

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  29. di ko din binoto yang mga yan kahit dati...
    Kay Gordon ako!!

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  30. So basically lahat ng may personality issue o may malaking kabalbalan na tinatago, yun ang nag-vote ng yes. Magaling.

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  31. siksikan na kaya sa mga kulungan sa pinas. san nila ikukulong ung mga mag "violate" sa law na yan, aber?

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  32. FP, you have to read blogger Raissa Robles' latest piece. The ones who truly made the law horrible were those in the Bicameral Conference Committee. The committee inserted a section of the Revised Penal Code into the Cybercrime Prevention bill. The implication of which made "ALL jailable crimes in the country into cybercrimes."

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  33. Trillanes #1 ko sa election! basta ako hindi ako boboto sa kandidatong walang originality... kaya lahat ng bumotong senator sa bill na yan.. d n kayo mananalo sa susunod na election. good luck... come on people please vote wisely.

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  34. No. and i will not be voting for Pnoy as well

    -tofu

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  35. I can't thank you enough for the list FP. nadagdagan ang hindi ko iboboto. kailangan maging mas masinop sa pagpili ng mga senador!

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