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Is Lucy Liu Being Racist?

It is just sad when one in this age will still be uncomfortable with the color of their skin and ethnicity.“If I get really dark, I’ll start to look like a little Filipino. It wouldn’t match.” ~ Lucy Liu on … Continue reading

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Recto’s Watered-Down Sin Tax Bill Version

THERE’S THE RUB: Completely different angle The people who toiled through the night to get the sin taxes passed have every reason to be pissed off at Ralph Recto. They can only feel stabbed in the back. The difference between … Continue reading

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Cybercriminal @ Work : All About that Ridiculous Philippine Cybercrime Law

“We add our voices to the many citizens and online users who were shocked and outraged to find in the new Cybercrime Law excessive penalties for online libel and enormous powers given to authorities to monitor online activity and block … Continue reading

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Stephen Michael Gamboa Bacosa : Sotto’s Nephew Is A Bully In Real Life

“After Senator Tito Sotto cried foul over being bullied on the Internet, his nephew may have ended up himself bullying someone on Facebook in an attempt to defend his uncle’s good name. Stephen Michael Gamboa Bacosa, Sotto’s nephew though his … Continue reading

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No Cybercrime Law is Going To Stop Us

The Cybercrime law, or Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, becomes effective starting today, October 3, 2012 because the Supreme Court has not issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) sought by various individuals and groups opposed to the new law. Again, … Continue reading

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Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012: Also Created To Fight Bloggers?

Has the Aquino administration turned its back on the campaign pledge to prioritize the passage of the Freedom of Information Bill, and instead passed into law the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, a bill that should have focused on running … Continue reading

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Can’t Plagiarize Anymore? Tagalize Instead!

“We’re not attributing any of the images below since we follow our government officials and they, or at least one of them, say that there is no such thing as plagiarism in the Philippines. So pretty much, we made all … Continue reading

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