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The government trying to make systems work is a welcome thing, but is it sincere and is it moving fast enough? We take a nuanced look at policy work.
Did you know that during the 2013 Supreme Court oral arguments on the Cybercrime Prevention Act, then Solicitor General Francis Jardeleza categorically said that cyber libel has a prescription period of only one year?
The definitions are broader, detention is longer, and it has a 'killer' provision that equates dissent to terrorism
Listen to this podcast as we go back to 2007, parse the loopholes in the rules of these writs, and try to imagine where we are headed with the current Supreme Court
We talk to President Rodrigo Duterte's former government corporate counsel, Rudolf Jurado, who says the 10% public service ad clause violates the constitutional guarantee to just compensation
We break down the different laws that come into play and analyze how we got to the unthinkable ABS-CBN shutdown
The caution against a dangerous precedent, and the lack of jurisprudence for a mass release in a pandemic, make the Supreme Court petition difficult
We talk to University of the Philippines Constitutional Law Professor Dan Gatmaytan
The National Bureau of Investigation has summoned more than a dozen people over their coronavirus posts on social media. Justice reporter Lian Buan discusses freedom of speech during the pandemic with esteemed law experts in this latest episode.
President Duterte's special powers under the Bayanihan Law have begun to be exercised
In the 2nd and final part of the 'War on the Law' podcast, we take a look at the evolving definition of warrantless arrests under the Department of Justice