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The EFF points us to the news of the Philippines signing into law the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012, which has a number of interesting and worrisome provisions.
The EFF, quite rightly, focuses on the fact that it makes online libel a criminal rather than civil offense, which could lead to jail time.
Over the past few days, police in the capital Manila have arrested a total of 58 people.
The scam was used to extort amounts ranging from 0 (£297) to ,000 (£8,908) from the victims.
Worse, she was forced to go to extreme lengths to trick customers into thinking she was a virgin and fetch higher pay, describing in gruesome detail how she would insert a cotton ball dipped in (bird) blood into her organ.Inquiries by Scottish detectives revealed an electronic online trail leading to the Philippines and links to organised crime there.