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(Camarines Sur), Roilo Golez (Paranaque) Miro Quimbo (Marikina), Susan Yap (Tarlac), Ma. (Ilocos Sur), Teodoro Marcelino (Marikina), Mel Sarmiento (Western Samar), Cesar Sarmiento (Catanduanes) and Rufus Rodriguez (Cagayan de Oro City).Macapagal’s mother, Congresswoman Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, was listed as one of the bill’s co-sponsors.Congressman Angara is Senator Angara’s son who is now running for senator.The House of Representatives was represented by Susan Yap (Tarlac), Tinga, Ma.But at the time that Angara had acceded to the insertion, it did not quite have the potential to enable the justice department to build the equivalent of the “Great Firewall of China”, which would in effect censor the Internet. Accordingly, I am inserting corrections in this report that it was not Sen. Pia Cayetano” told me on the social networking site “Twitter” this morning that it wasn’t she who had inserted the two controversial provisions. If those were hers, the Journal would have bore the heading “Sen @piacayetano amendments.” I am awaiting the docs.Pia Cayetano who had inserted the two controversial provisions I mentioned. FOURTH, It was the bicam committee that unlocked the DOJ’s enormous power to censor the Internet because of a section that the bicam added to the law. FIFTH, the House of Representatives approved its version of the Cybercrime bill on Third Reading in “por kilo” fashion.I never imagined there were that many Binays wanting to run for office.
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This national law was sandwiched among 40 other mainly local bills and the entire lot was approved at one go during one voting under the direction of Congresswoman Mar-Len Abigail Mar-Len and Nancy Binay are two different Binay daughters.
Nancy is the eldest duaghter, currently working under Vice-President Jejomar Binay.
Even faster than the Reproductive Health (RH) bill and the Freedom of Information (FOI) bill, it turns out. All we know is that these were inserted during the period of amendments at the Senate. The Senate Journal indicated the amendments under the heading – “Remarks of Sen.
THIRD, it was – according to the Senate Journal of January 24, 2012 – that two highly controversial provisions were inserted: The Real Time Collection of Traffic Data and the “take down.” The latter, especially, gives the Department of Justice awesome powers to block Filipino access to websites that are the subject of complaints. Pia Cayetano has provided the actual transcript of the January 24, 2012 Senate proceedings. I am explaining what had happened in my new post entitled: To the staff of Senator Pia Cayetano The “Office of Sen. Cayetano.” The one on Twitter said: “Journal says so, as clear as day.