Thursday, September 27, 2012

Anti-Cyber Crime Law Hackers ng Pinas, bumanat na naman!

     Pagdating ko sa opisina, matic na sakin ang magcheck ng FB notifications at Twitter Feeds. Bigla akong natigilan sa isang tweet na sumambulat sa akin. 
Another one bites the dust: Anonymous defaces PHL IPO website (): "Expect us." | PHOTO:
Source: Twitter link

     Kahapon kasi pumutok ang balita na nahack ang website ng BSP ng grupo na kung tawagin ay "Anonymous Philippines". But wait there's more! 7 government sites pala ang hinack at ni-defaced nila! 
  • Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP)
  • Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS) 
  • Department of Environment and Natural Resources - Region III
  • Smokefree Philippines of the Department of Health
  • Pilipinas Anti-Piracy Team (PAPT) -  an inter-agency and multisectoral task force fighting intellectual property pirates
  • American Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines (Amcham) 
  • Institute for Development and Econometric Analysis (IDEA)

At ang latest nila ngayong araw ay ang PHLIPO site:


     Na-curious tuloy ako ngayon sa CyberCrime Law na yan kaya naisipan kong mag-research. Nasa site ng "Official Gazette" ang laman ng Republic Act No. 10175 o ang new Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 <click here>. May mga section sections pa at nakalagay din kung sino ang mga lumagda sa batas. 


     Heto naman ang mga kataga na mababasa mo kung naabutan mo ang nadefaced na mga sites:
The Philippine Government has just passed a bill that effectively ends the Freedom of Expression in the Philippines.

The Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 is the most notorious act ever witnessed in the cyber-history of the Philippines,
and the language of the bill is cunningly designed to make you think it only applies to individuals who are deep in
cyber-technology and doesn't apply to everyone, but some part of the bill basically says it can imprison anyone who
commits libel either by written messages, comments, blogs, or posts in sites such as Facebook, Twitter, or any other
comment-spaces of other social media in the Internet.

New technologies give us new opportunities to connect with a lot of people not only in this country but all over the world.
They can also provide us with a medium through which our political, public and even private views can have an immediate and
direct impact on individuals, communities and even countries. It is just so disappointing that our government, in adopting
our 80-year-old antiquated libel laws to the Cybercrime Law, again seems to have retarded our march with the rest of the world
with respect to giving full force to the people's freedom of expression.

We ask for a revision of the said bill for the betterment of the Filipino denizens.

Protect our Right to Freedom of Expression!

     Nalaman ko rin naman agad na gusto lang ng "Anonymous Philippines" Hackers na mai-revised ang nasabing batas pero bago pa man kumilos ang nasabing grupo, una nang nagpahayag ng kanilang saloobin ang media at bloggers tungkol sa nakita nilang butas sa batas na ito. 
li-bel
 noun, verb, li·beled, li·bel·ing or especially British li·belled, li·bel·ling.
noun
1.
Law .
a.
defamation by written or printed words, pictures, or in any form other than by spoken words or gestures.
b.
the act or crime of publishing it.
c.
a formal written declaration or statement, as one containing the allegations of a plaintiff or the grounds of a charge.
2.
anything that is defamatory or that maliciously or damagingly misrepresents.
     LIBEL. Mukhang eto ang pinag-ugatan ng lahat ng pagtataas ng kilay ng mga Anti sa Cyber Crime Law. So pag-activated na yung batas, pwede ka ng makulong kapag na-offend yung friend mo sa FB dahil hindi nya nagustuhan yung post mo sa wall niya; kapag nagtweet ka at tinag mo yung idol mo dahil nakita mo siyang may bagong kadate o kaya isa kang admin ng forum site at may nagpost dun ng paninira sa ibang tao. 

     Masyadong malawak ang sakop ng Libel ngunit mas malawak ang internet. "Protect our Right to Freedom of Expression!" Isinisigaw sa tenga ng mga binging kawani ng gobyerno at isinasampal sa mukha ng mga natututulog na diwa ng MASA. 

     Pasensiya na sa iba pero sang-ayon ako sa protesta ng ANONYMOUS PHILIPPINES. Hindi naman nila hinack ang gov't sites na yun para sa personal na interes bagkus ay ginawa nila iyon para mabilis na maparating ang mensahe nila sa madla at sa mga kinauukulan. Kung ako yun, ihahack ko yung BSP database tapos maglalagay ako ng pera sa account ko bwahahaha (evil laugh) Pero syempre joke lang yun dahil malinaw na cyber crime yun hahahaha!!! 

Shhh...
Bloody Monday.

~Pr1vX
     Recent post (as of now) ng isang miyembro ng Anonymous Philippines na si PrivateX. Friday ngayon, hindi Monday. Kung ano man ang ibig sabihin o kung may ibig sabihin man ang post na iyon..... Baka malaman natin sa Lunes. Maaaring mag-iba ang pananaw ko sa laban nilang ito sa susunod na aksyon na gagawin nila kaya ~ ABANGAN!



2 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing this blog to us. We got learn more from your blog about the anti-cybercrime-law. Looking forward for more updates of this.

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