Today, the Supreme Court extended the Temporary Restraining Order(TRO) on the controversial CyberCrime Law. The TRO who is supposed to end tomorrow got its indefinite extension.
The 120-day TRO was extended “until further orders from the court,” Supreme Court spokesperson Gleo Guerra said in text message.
“…Effective until further orders from this Court, You, respondents, your agents, representatives, or persons acting in your place or stead, are hereby continually enjoined from implementing and/or enforcing Republic Act No. 10175 (Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012),” the SC said.
As remembered, Supreme Court issued the TRO last year, on October 9. The TRO is the last action that holds debatable Cyber crime law.
* Despite the extension, the Hacker collective Anonymous Philippines will continue the operation tomorrow – protest.