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Big Data: The 2014-2016 Top 5 Groups of Cybercrimes based on Categories set by the Cybercrime Law & the DOJ Cybercrime Office are…
…going to be publicly presented in a consolidated manner for the first time for the three-year period Jan. 2014-Dec. 2014; Jan. 2015-Dec. 2015; Jan. 2016-Dec. 2016, as part of the presentation on November 23, 2017, Thursday, 4pm, PhilStar 2, Plaridel Hall, UP College of Mass Communication,
for the Ramon Cojuangco Professorial Chair presentation on the rise in numbers of online libel complaints, entitled … (see poster embedded below) … Everyone is invited!
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Intent immaterial in Anti-Wiretapping Law (Risa Hontiveros exposé of DOJ Sec. Aguirre’s cellphone text (but there is a defense here)
A few minutes ago, the resource person of DZMM gave the opinion that intent or lack of intent can be used as a defense in any complaint for violation of the Anti-Wiretapping Law that may or would be filed against Senator Risa Hontiveros arising from the exposé she made of DOJ Secretary Aguirre’s cellphone text message.
The Anti-Wiretapping Law, being a special law, establishes and punishes mala prohibita: It does not require criminal intent
… you might want to look it up.
There is however a defense here. …
(analyze the subject, then analyze the policy behind the law.)
And that is …
(to be continued, may sinusulat lang ako sandali 🙂 )