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The Filipino people scored a significant victory today as the High Tribunal unanimously stopped the implementation of the controversial Cybercrime Law that infringes on freedom of speech, expression and privacy.
The Cybercrime Law was signed by 13 senators and ultimately approved by President Aquino. It was opposed by no more than one senator, Teofisto Guingona III, who also filed a petition to amend the "questionably dangerous provisions" of the law.
The temporary restraining order issued by the Supreme Court will last for 120 days. Oral arguments are set on January 15, 2013.