PIFA Files 15th Petition vs. Cyber Martial Law

The Philippine Internet Freedom Alliance (PIFA) – a broad alliance of organizations and netizens – has filed before the Supreme Court on Monday (October 8, 2012), just a few minutes before the end of office hours, the fifteenth petition against the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, Republic Act 10175. More »

PH Internet Freedom Alliance to protest Cybercrime Law at SC

MANILA, Philippines – Big brother is watching, but the Philippine Internet Freedom Alliance (PIFA) is fighting back.c. More »

General Assembly backs right to privacy in digital age

19 December 2013 – Deeply concerned that electronic surveillance, interception of digital communications and collection of personal data may negatively impact human rights, the United Nations General Assembly has adopted a consensus resolution strongly backing the right to privacy, calling on all countries take measures to end activities that violate this fundamental “tenet of a democratic society.” More »


Black Tuesday Protest on February 25


Cyber Martial Law has been declared. Our freedom has been killed. EDSA is grieving.

Join us on February 25, 28th anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution, as we once again fight for our freedom.


One Response to Black Tuesday Protest on February 25

  1. MK says:

    I used to live in the Philippines. It’s good to see some people uniting against the massive spying efforts by large government agencies and equally large international corporations. I have some cartoons (and articles) on the subject at http://trustprivacy.ggvasia.com
    Take a look! Also looking for security software companies that are aware of the above ongoing problem.

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