[Event/Campaign] BLACK TUESDAY 2.0 – PIFA & Netizens March to the Supreme Court to Protest Cybercrime Law

BLACK TUESDAY 2.0 – PIFA & Netizens March to the Supreme Court to Protest Cybercrime Law

Last Tuesday, the nation and the rest of the world heard our deafening silence as we defended democracy and protested against Republic Act 10175 or the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.

This coming Tuesday, October 9, join us again as we march to the Supreme Court and urge our justices to heed the the voice of the people and declare the Cybercrime Law unconstitutional.

We will assemble at 8:30 a.m. in front of Robinsons Manila, Padre Faura entrance. (Google Map: http://goo.gl/maps/XJG8h )

Look for the group with the tarp that reads Stop Cyber Martial Law. In case we have left Padre Faura by the time you arrive, Supreme Court is only 50 meters or so down the street so you can meet us there.

If you can, please wear black.

We also call on the rest of our countrymen who cannot join us to show your solidarity by participating in the ONLINE BLACKOUT. Let your websites, social media accounts, profile photos, covers, etc. reflect the theme of our movement. You may use the hashtag #BlackTuesday

Netizens, let us all unite for Internet Freedom! STOP CYBER MARTIAL LAW!

(Please invite and share, folks!)
ABOUT Philippine Internet Freedom Alliance (PIFA):

Unity Statement: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?fromEmail=true&formkey=dHVSXzRSb3lGQ0h5b1dUWjgwajNmQVE6MQ
Website: http://pifa.ph/
Facebook Group: http://facebook.com/groups/pifa.ph
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/PIFA.ph
Twitter: https://twitter.com/PIFAph (hashtag #pifaPH)

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