Hackers deface more than 10 gov't websites on 'Independence day' web freedom protestWednesday, June 13, 2012
"In the light of our past resorts, our organization stood still with its goal of proclaiming security in Philippine's cyber culture and in the midst of the events, we have witnessed the efforts of our good authority into constituting a cyber bill, in which as we have observed has good intentions, but a little loopholes over some matters," posted on the website.
"In such instances, the said bill could evenly be more considered as an exercise for the benefit of a few empowered who have the way and will to punish people who offend them, and could also be a potential threat to the freedom of expression since it can be used as a tool of censorship, and moreover it can greatly be used in the near future to condone further implementations of worse forms of censorship. "
"We're not against the government's intention to combat fraudulent, related forms of it and other serious cyber crimes, but we're absolutely against its provision that has something to do with the internet's freedom of expression."
"We're hoping for the recuperation of the bill in the implied points and evenly looking forward to its success towards the resurgence of the Philippine cyber-culture and the betterment of it," said by the hacker.