The official Web site of Philippines’ Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III has been hacked by a group claiming to be Anonymous Philippines at past midnight on Tuesday. According to The Rappler news site, when users loaded the Web site titosotto.com, they had been greeted with a pop up message reading “Defaced by #pR.is0n3r”. After clicking through they were greeted by an animated Anonymous Philippines logo, with a message criticizing the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012. Sotto had admitted in October last year he pushed for the inclusion of online libel in the country’s controversial Cybercrime Act, which come under fire for its vague definition of online libel, violation of personal rights and tough legal penalties for Internet defamation , a separate report by The Inquirer noted. “It’s been a long time, Tito Sen! Deny us our freedom of speech and of expression through R.A. 10175 and we will deny you your cyberspace. You cannot shut us up, you cannot shut us down. And you shall not see us rest until R.A. 10175 is revised,” the message read. “We are all waiting, we are all ready. We are Anonymous, we are legion. We do not forgive and we do not… Read full this story
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