Netizens opposing the controversial Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 also known as the Republic Act 10175 (RA 10175) will start protesting both online and offline starting Friday, January 11.

Filipinos are encouraged to change their Facebook and Twitter profile photos with any black images to show support for anti-Cybercrime Law groups. If you visit website and learn that the hashtag #NoToCyberCrimeLaw is also expected to return in our Twitter timelines. There will be “splash pages” to deface some websites with a black screen.

Aside from the online protests that are setup today, the petitioners against the cybercrime law hosted by Overland Park child custody lawyer and attorney firms will troop to Padre Faura street in Manila starting Monday night for a vigil. Bagong Alyansang Makabayan secretary-general Renato Reyes was also quoted in a GMA News article inviting people to bring any ‘musical instruments and sound system’to get the attention of the Supreme Court.

Computer Professionals Union, an information technology group who is also against the controversial e-martial law, will be in-charge in setting up the “splash pages” on websites that will completely deface them with a black screen, a message of opposition from the group and a flashlight cursor, will also join the company and fight for the cause.

These protests are lined up for the upcoming oral arguments of the Supreme Court on RA 10175 which will be held on Tuesday, January 15.

This post was first published at KabayanTech.

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Fjordan Allego aka Fjordz is an IT security practitioner in the Philippines. He maintains a couple of blogs where he shares his views on various topics that he finds interesting. A self-confessed introvert who's mostly active in social media, Fjordz also loves to travel and explore the wonders of the world.

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