[Featured Site] Philippine Internet Freedom Alliance or PIFA FB group

Philippine Internet Freedom Alliance or PIFA FB group

PIFA in Oct2 BlackTuesday protesct action at SC. Photo by Abnoy Noynoy source: PIFA Fb

We are the Philippine Internet Freedom Alliance or PIFA (formerly known as Filipino Internet Freedom Alliance of FIFA — we’re keeping both names), a broad coalition of individuals and organizations seeking to amend / remove the provisions which threaten Internet Freedom in Republic Act No. 10175 or the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012. In the long-term, it aims to be the bastion of this freedom.

House Rules: https://www.facebook.com/groups/319291631503416/doc/319735301459049/

Website: http://pifa.ph/
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/PIFA.ph
Twitter: https://twitter.com/PIFAph

Iboto ang iyong #HRPinduterosChoice para sa HR FEATURED SITES.

Ang botohan ay magsisimula ngayon hanggang sa 11:59 ng Nov 15, 2013.

Ikaw para kanino ka pipindot? Simple lang bumoto:
• i-LIKE ang thumbnail/s ng iyong mga ibinoboto sa HRnlinePH facebook, i-share at ikampanya.
• Bisitahin ang post sa HRonlinePH.com (links sa bawat thumbnail) at pindutin ang button sa poll sa ilalim ng bawat nominadong post.
• Most number of the combined likes sa FB at sa poll buttons ang magiging 3rd HR Pinduteros Choice na kikilalanin sa 2013 HR week celebration.

Makiisa sa pagpapalaganap ng impormasyon hinggil sa karapatang pantao. Pindot na!

WHAT IS 3RD HR PINDUTEROS CHOICE AWARDS? https://hronlineph.com/2013/10/01/3rd-human-rights-pinduteros-choice-awards/

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4 thoughts on “[Featured Site] Philippine Internet Freedom Alliance or PIFA FB group

  1. Hi! I would like to request your permission to borrow your image of the cybercrime law protest. Full photo copyright and credits will go to this site. Thank you very much! 🙂

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  2. Pingback: [Press Release] Black Tuesday 2.0: Occupying Padre Faura for Internet Freedom, Campaign Goes International -PIFA.ph « Human Rights Online Philippines

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