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Remember the first time you saw this?

Remember the first time you saw this?

Hey Vanessa! Get into my room! NOW!

croax9:

For Idol Klienzh :P

WOAH! Ngayon lang ako nag check ng track tags kaya ngayon ko lang nakita. Cool! SALAMAT BOSS RHIE - isa kang inspirasyon. Ang lupit, may animation pa! Salamat sa Super What?! Hehehehe…Mabuhay ka!

croax9:

For Idol Klienzh :P

WOAH! Ngayon lang ako nag check ng track tags kaya ngayon ko lang nakita. Cool! SALAMAT BOSS RHIE - isa kang inspirasyon. Ang lupit, may animation pa! Salamat sa Super What?! Hehehehe…Mabuhay ka!

Wahahaha! Grabe na GV ako dito! Kyowt!

Wahahaha! Grabe na GV ako dito! Kyowt!

Source: dpaf

Woah! Found My Famous Tumblr Whale again!!! 30464 NOTES..LUH!

Woah! Found My Famous Tumblr Whale again!!! 30464 NOTES..LUH!

Source: iamklienzh

NEW HEADER - this is just a temporary header. Pasensya sa mukha ko. I’m thinking about editing my whole page pero wala pa akong nakikitang bagong theme at wala pa akong maisip na magandang ilagay sa side bar plus kulang din ako sa oras dahil bawal na ang tumblr at kahit ano pang social blah blah site dito sa office kaya patago na lang ako magonline. Uhm, anu sa tingin nyo magandang gamiting theme? yung pwedeng i-customize.  

NEW HEADER - this is just a temporary header. Pasensya sa mukha ko. I’m thinking about editing my whole page pero wala pa akong nakikitang bagong theme at wala pa akong maisip na magandang ilagay sa side bar plus kulang din ako sa oras dahil bawal na ang tumblr at kahit ano pang social blah blah site dito sa office kaya patago na lang ako magonline. Uhm, anu sa tingin nyo magandang gamiting theme? yung pwedeng i-customize.  

FB ‘likes’, shares could be grounds for libel, says Sen. GuingonaMANILA, Philippines - Sharing content, or even just clicking the ‘Like’ button on Facebook, may be grounds for libel under the recently enacted Cybercrime Prevention Act. But Senator Teofisto Guingona III said Thursday the law is so broad and vague it isn’t clear who can or should be sued.“The law is very broad,” Guingona, who opposes the new law, said. “If you click like, you can be sued, and if you share, and continuously re-share information, you can also be sued. Saka sino ang liable? Hindi klaro eh. ‘Yung original na nag-post? ‘Yung nag-share? ‘Yung nag-tweet? Kahit nga ikaw, mag-post ka ng simpleng ‘hehehe’ di ba? Ibig sabihin nu’n, sangayon ka (And who is liable? It isn’t clear. The one who made the original post? The ones who share? The ones who tweet. Even you, if you post a simple, ‘hehehe,’ right? Does that mean you agree)? Are you liable? So, napakalawak eh.”
Guingona also described the law as “unrealistic” and difficult to enforce.But the bottom-line, he said, “on its face, it is unconstitutional,” which is why he filed before the Supreme Court on Thursday a petition asking it to declare void “questionable” provisions of the Cybercrime Prevention Act that infringe on freedom of speech and of expression, among these the inclusion of libel among punishable crimes.Guingona acknowledged that the country needs an anti-cybercrime law but said the one enacted could easily be used to suppress people’s rights.“Without a clear definition of the crime of libel and the persons liable, virtually any person can now be charged with a crime even if you just like, re-tweet or comment on an online update or blog post containing criticisms,” he said.He also said the harsher penalty for “cyber-libel” — up to 12 years’ imprisonment compared to the four years and two months for libel committed in print — would demonize technology.Aside from this, Guingona said the new law violated the constitutional guarantee against double jeopardy by making it possible for a person to be sued both under the Cybercrime Prevention Act and the Revised Penal Code.Guingona said he is confident the Supreme Court will rule in his favor even as he urged netizens to join the protest against the Cybercrime Prevention Act.Even if the high court rules for his petition, Guingona said he would still seek a review of the law. ~interaksyon.com
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Black Out Call for Facebook UsersBLACK OUT CALL!
October 2, the Supreme Court sitting en banc is set to hear several petitions for prohibition against the Cybercrime Prevention Law.If the high court junks these petitions and disapproves the request for a temporary restraining order (TRO), the Cybercrime Prevention Law will take effect the following day, forever changing the Internet landscape in the Philippines — possibly even
killing Internet freedom.As a sign of protest, please take down your profile pictures and cover photos and change it to a simple black image.We also call on website administrators in the Philippines to take down/blacken their websites starting 12 midnight in protest of the looming implementation of the draconian law. There are several plugins available in the net to do so (GIYF).With enough websites participating, we can be a formidable force that can compel the government to think twice.Junk the Cybercrime Law!

FB ‘likes’, shares could be grounds for libel, says Sen. Guingona

MANILA, Philippines - Sharing content, or even just clicking the ‘Like’ button on Facebook, may be grounds for libel under the recently enacted Cybercrime Prevention Act. But Senator Teofisto Guingona III said Thursday the law is so broad and vague it isn’t clear who can or should be sued.

“The law is very broad,” Guingona, who opposes the new law, said. “If you click like, you can be sued, and if you share, and continuously re-share information, you can also be sued. Saka sino ang liable? Hindi klaro eh. ‘Yung original na nag-post? ‘Yung nag-share? ‘Yung nag-tweet? Kahit nga ikaw, mag-post ka ng simpleng ‘hehehe’ di ba? Ibig sabihin nu’n, sangayon ka (And who is liable? It isn’t clear. The one who made the original post? The ones who share? The ones who tweet. Even you, if you post a simple, ‘hehehe,’ right? Does that mean you agree)? Are you liable? So, napakalawak eh.”


Guingona also described the law as “unrealistic” and difficult to enforce.

But the bottom-line, he said, “on its face, it is unconstitutional,” which is why he filed before the Supreme Court on Thursday a petition asking it to declare void “questionable” provisions of the Cybercrime Prevention Act that infringe on freedom of speech and of expression, among these the inclusion of libel among punishable crimes.

Guingona acknowledged that the country needs an anti-cybercrime law but said the one enacted could easily be used to suppress people’s rights.

“Without a clear definition of the crime of libel and the persons liable, virtually any person can now be charged with a crime even if you just like, re-tweet or comment on an online update or blog post containing criticisms,” he said.

He also said the harsher penalty for “cyber-libel” — up to 12 years’ imprisonment compared to the four years and two months for libel committed in print — would demonize technology.

Aside from this, Guingona said the new law violated the constitutional guarantee against double jeopardy by making it possible for a person to be sued both under the Cybercrime Prevention Act and the Revised Penal Code.

Guingona said he is confident the Supreme Court will rule in his favor even as he urged netizens to join the protest against the Cybercrime Prevention Act.

Even if the high court rules for his petition, Guingona said he would still seek a review of the law. ~interaksyon.com

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Black Out Call for Facebook Users
BLACK OUT CALL!


October 2, the Supreme Court sitting en banc is set to hear several petitions for prohibition against the Cybercrime Prevention Law.

If the high court junks these petitions and disapproves the request for a temporary restraining order (TRO), the Cybercrime Prevention Law will take effect the following day, forever changing the Internet landscape in the Philippines — possibly even


killing Internet freedom.

As a sign of protest, please take down your profile pictures and cover photos and change it to a simple black image.

We also call on website administrators in the Philippines to take down/blacken their websites starting 12 midnight in protest of the looming implementation of the draconian law. There are several plugins available in the net to do so (GIYF).

With enough websites participating, we can be a formidable force that can compel the government to think twice.

Junk the Cybercrime Law!

Header Proposal as requested by @mustlovearky.

Let’s not forget the victims of the 9/11 terror attack.

Let’s not forget the victims of the 9/11 terror attack.

Woah! Found My Famous Tumblr Whale again!!!

Woah! Found My Famous Tumblr Whale again!!!

Source: iamklienzh

Since birthday mo pa…ayan as requested.

Since birthday mo pa…ayan as requested.

Happy Birthday MARLORD - aka @binatanghero isa sa mga humorous blogger na finafollow ko. Stay awesome as always. More funny oneliners! Enjoy the rest of your day! Have a blast! HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

Happy Birthday MARLORD - aka @binatanghero isa sa mga humorous blogger na finafollow ko. Stay awesome as always. More funny oneliners! Enjoy the rest of your day! Have a blast! HAPPY BIRTHDAY!