What is Intellectual Property Rights Philippines?

Philippines Mulls Suspended Cybercrime Law Restricting Communication  January 23, 2013 – 01:20 pm
Only in the Philippines! Manila, Philippines – The Philippine Supreme Court has begun to hear and weigh the arguments on the constitutionality of a controversial law listing punishable activities on the internet. Its implementation was suspended last year amid mounting criticism that, among other things, the law curtails freedom of speech and harks the country back to the almost a decade of repressive martial rule in the 1970s.

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Source: Intellectual Property Watch

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