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Online selling scams and the proliferation of misinformation that cause panic among the public are the other cybercrimes often committed as Filipinos grapple with the COVID-19 outbreak, says the National Bureau of Investigation NBI-Cyber Crimes Division
The case against Mocha Uson now falls on the lap of the National Bureau of Investigation’s Legal Division
(3rd UPDATE) The NBI files complaints against Master Sergeant Daniel Florendo Jr and other police companions before the Quezon City Prosecutor's Office
A warrant from a Baguio court is out against the social media personality with a million followers on Facebook
Ronnel Mas posts P72,000 bail and will be arraigned for inciting to sedition on May 28
Uson was summoned over a Facebook post that used a wrong photo of donated Personal Protective Equipment which she lifted from The Philippine Star
Ex-SC Spokesperson Ted Te says the NBI agents are still liable for the arbitrary detention of teacher Ronnel Mas
NBI agents are waiting for a release order even though charges are not yet filed. Differing interpretations of the validity of a warrantless arrest compound the problem.
(UPDATED) The prosecutor says the warrantless arrest is invalid, but the defect is cured by the teacher's admission to the media
Uson is set to appear before the NBI on May 18
(UPDATED) Justice Secretary Guevarra commits the NBI to look into the prohibited mass gathering for the birthday of Metro police chief Sinas – when other people in previous mass gatherings were just picked up and jailed
(5th UPDATE) The accused is set to undergo inquest for inciting to sedition related to cybercrime and violation of the Code of Conduct for public officials and employees
'Apparent prejudgment by police investigators moved the Army to seek help from the NBI so that justice may be served for Ragos and his family,' says Lieutenant General Gilbert Gapay
NBI says the person behind the post can very well be a 'whistleblower.' But the purchase of the jet is public record.
(UPDATED) The President unleashes tirades against Chel Diokno several times in a late-night address, and even pokes fun at his appearance. The human rights lawyer urges him to focus on the needs of the people at this time.
'Wala akong pakialam sa operasyon ng NBI, kung ano gusto nila,' says President Rodrigo Duterte
'The DOJ will monitor and provide such guidance as may be requested,' says Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra
The Pasig mayor says there should be 'good interaction' between local governments and the national government during a time of crisis
One of the people summoned posted about the 'alleged misuse of government funds'
'I am not only sure when is his appearance considering that he is still under quarantine,' says National Bureau of Investigation Deputy Director Ferdinand Lavin
'We have an urgent task at hand, and distractions such as this doesn’t help,' says Senator Joel Villanueva
'Wala po masyadong sense,' the Pasig mayor says of the NBI seeking an explanation for his alleged violation of a law that did not yet exist at the time
This is the second time that Filipinos online rallied behind the neophyte mayor using the same hashtag
'We complied with all directives. Hindi po illegal magbigay ng opinyon. At alam kaya nila na March 24 naging batas ang Bayanihan Act?' says the Pasig mayor
The NBI says the order to investigate came March 31, although Malacañang reported to Congress that they were already 'filing charges'
The three-member DOJ panel of prosecutors also orders Cam to submit her counter-affidavit for her defense
(UPDATED) But what law covers fake news in this context?
The National Bureau of Investigation says the illegal drugs were supposedly supplied by a Bilibid inmate
The NBI says it is aware the former Comelec chief is in the US, and that 'they are studying their next move'
The National Bureau of Investigation probe is expected to aid cops in pinning down the mastermind of the killing of Batuan, Masbate Vice Mayor Charlie Yuson
(UPDATED) NBI agents apprehend Arvin Malaza, alias Jun Blanco on radio, for participating in the resumption of operations of the outlawed Kapa investment scheme
Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra has ordered an investigation and case buildup following news of inmates who cough up money to use hospital facilities even though they're not sick
The officials hold different positions in the accreditation committee of Philhealth
Certain products – among them, cosmetics – must first secure FDA permits before they are sold in the market
A woman accused in the e-mail as a terrorist says her father may have been behind it due to his disapproval of her fiancé
Castriciones strongly denies the allegations, and says cases over the issue have been filed against the complainant herself
(UPDATED) Syndicated estafa, a non-bailable offense, is filed against Kapa, which allegedly swindled people through donations and purported investments
The tip comes from the Presidential Security Group about individuals selling shabu inside the Malacañang compound
Complaints of estafa and falsification of documents are filed against 10 employees of the Wellmed Dialysis Center, including the two whistleblowers
(UPDATED) The National Bureau of Investigation agents fail to present a search or arrest warrant, saying it was an entrapment operation. But the candidate's lawyer says it was 'lawlessness.'
(2nd UPDATE) This controversy has led to several events, including a warantless arrest, a charge of inciting to sedition, and a whistle-blower going public
Rodel Jayme appears to be willing to name everyone he can, and praises NBI agents who have been holding him in custody without a warrant
The DOJ initially announces an offense for cyber libel, but the NBI later cites an offense of inciting to sedition for spreading videos critical of the First Family
A man identified as Rodel Jayme is arrested for sharing ‘Bikoy’ videos in a website he manages
(UPDATED) The still unidentified person is arrested over cyberlibel
Wildlife trader Harriet Shelley Velarde is sentenced to a maximum of two years in prison and ordered to pay a P200,000-fine
The Court of Appeals grants the petition for a writ of habeas corpus for accused Abu Sayyaf member Salahim Hairal Dawani
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'The President is a very good tactician and strategist. He may have upped the estimates to challenge law enforcement to do more. So, we take it as a challenge,' says the National Bureau of Investigation
The NBI wants to remove Customs Deputy Collector for Operations Michael Vargas from its complaint in connection with a multibillion-peso shabu shipment last year