Students’ Take: RA 10173, SB 3327 viz RA 10175, and Copyright Reform

For the second semester of SY 2012-2013, my students in Technology and the Law are given the task of discussing (1) the Data Privacy Act of 2012 (RA 10173), (2) the Magna Carta for Philippine Internet Freedom (MCPIF, SB 3327). These are their opinions on the subject matters:

(1) Data Privacy Act of 2012 (RA 10173) (8 December 2012); (2) Magna Carta for Philippine Internet Freedom (MCPIF, SB 3327) (12 January 2013); (3) The direction for Philippine Copyright Reform (9 March 2013)

No verifiable post(s): Garillo (3), Longboy (2,3), Mendoza-Bagnes (3), Rosero (1,2,3); Submitted, but no verifiable post(s): Zaraspe (3), Tiongson (3); Posted erroneous subject matter: Abucejo (1); Withdrawn: Tan, De Castro, Ortega

Batch 14’s contents are mirrored in AUSL Tech & Law blog.

Who do you think is persuasive? on point?

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One response to “Students’ Take: RA 10173, SB 3327 viz RA 10175, and Copyright Reform

  1. thank you very much, counselor, for this — crowdsourcing opinions from your students with regard to the MCPIF initiative will contribute a lot to the improvement of the proposal.

    we will be reading your students’ work with great interest.

    do keep us informed of your progress. we can be found on FB (https://www.facebook.com/groups/Democracy.Net.PH/), and as soon we will have our home up and running we hope you can visit us for updates.

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