Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Zombie voters

At dahil Halloween na ngayon , tamang tama ang post na ito tungkol sa mga zombie voters.

Ito yung mga patay na at matagal nang nakabaon sa hukay pero nakakaboto pa rin sa halalan , lalo na para sa darating na Eleksyon 2013.

At may babala laban dito ang Comelec .

Last day of registration ngayon , October 31 , 2012 sa inyong mga suking Comelec and Barangay centers .

Kaya ano pang hinihintay ninyo , magparehistro na at huwag maging isang bangkay na botante !

Dito ang video :


Tuesday, October 30, 2012

" lahat pis " - Mommy Dionisia

From : Arlene Negrito Marzol



Monday, October 29, 2012

just being there is enough ...

From : Chian Xtine

ang cute nito , a must share 

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Ang bestfriend , bow !

Tatlong tatay ang nag-uusap at nagyayabangan tungkol sa kanilang mga anak na lalake:

DADDY # 1: "Yung anak ko, isang manager ng malaking bangko at kamakailan lang, binigyan niya ng 3 million yung bestfriend niya."

DADDY # 2: "Ang anak ko naman ay isang successful engineer,
at kamakailan lang din binigyan niya ng house and lot yung bestfriend niya."

DADDY # 3: "Ang anak ko naman ay may-ari ng isang airline company, at kamakailan lang ay binigyan niya ng jet yung bestfriend niya."

DADDY # 4 (Lumabas galing CR at tinanong siya ng tatlong tatay tungkol sa anak niya.)

DADDY # 4: "Anak ko? Isa lang siyang macho dancer  sa gay bar, pero kahit ganuon siya, mahal ko yun. Sa katotohanan nga, habang birthday niya last week, nakatanggap siya ng P3 million, house and lot, at isang jet galing sa mga manliligaw niya."
He he he.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

John Paul Encinas : customer is not always right

Heto naman ang isang CCTV patrol footage tungkol sa isang malasadong kostumer na nagngangalang John Paul Encinas na grabe kung manghalibas ng isang hamak na tindera .

Dinuro-duro , binato ng bote , hinila sa kuwelyo , binuhusan ng tubig , at pinakain ng pera lang naman ang peg ng matapobre at halimaw na customer na ito.

Kung ganiyan din lang naman ang mga costumer na bibisita  at bibili sa tindahan ay mabuti pang huwag na lang magka-customer huh .  Mas gugustuhin ko pang malugi ang negosyo ko kung ganiyang klase ng mga costumer  ang araw araw na bubuwisit sa tindahan ko , taena !

Baka imbes na suwerte ay kamalasan pa ang abutin ng karinderya ko .

Kaya nga I don't always believe in the saying that a customer is always right!

Of course not !

Tulad na lang nang hinayupak na kostumer na ito .

May sarili pa namang negosyo ang kumag pero hindi marunong magpaka-amo at magpaka-tao .

Sabihin na nating may maling inasal ang isang crew na katulad ng nasa video , pero hindi tama na patulan mo ito sa mga gawaing ginawa ng halimaw na bwisita.

Lalo pa at mga babae ang mga kaharap mo , hijo de puta!

Resto rage naman ngayon !

Dito ang video ng kawalanghiyaan !


Friday, October 26, 2012

Zendee Rose Tenerefe

Mukhang may aabangan na naman tayong isang Pinay na may future maging international star in the person of Zendee Rose Tenerefe aka Random Girl.

Isa siyang Youtube sensation na talaga namang hinangaan sa kaniyang mga uploaded videos para dito.

Ibang klaseng bumirit at humagod ang babaeng ito .

May future talaga siya , promise.

At sa latest na balita ay lalabas na rin daw ito sa show ni kumareng Ellen De Generes na ELLEN , ang show kung saan nakilala at tuluyang umalagwa ang international singing career ni mareng Charice Pempengco.

Oh di ba naman .

Mula sa pagiging isang simpleng biritera sa mga SM videoke machines eh ngayon ay international na ang beauty niya huh.

At hindi malayong marating niya ang tuktok at rurok ng tagumpay katulad nang kay Charice na inaasam niya dahil sa galing at ganda ng boses niya.

Goodluck and congratulations , Random Girl !

We hope na magkaruon ulit nang bagong talented ambassadress ang ating bansa sa iyong katauhan .

At pumailanlang ang iyong career sa buong mundo !

Siyanga pala , isa na naman siyang pride ng Gensan , katulad ng ating Pambansang Kamao Manny Pacquiao!

Dito ang mga pruwebang video :








Thursday, October 25, 2012

Orlando Cruz

As they say , welcome to the club , mare !

Aba , at least meron na tayong kafatid na isang berdaderong boksingero , bonggang bongga !

And like what he had just said , every gay must be a " Proud Gay Man "

Pak na pak!

sige ipakita mo sa kanilang hindi lang sa pagmimake-up kundi maging sa pakikipag-basagan ng mukha magaling ang mga bading  

More information about him here : ORLANDO CRUZ

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Epal Ang 'Yong Style

Bet na bet ko itong production number na pinerform nila Jugs and Teddy para sa weeklong celebration ng 3rd anniversary ng programang It's Showtime sa Channel 2.

Havey na havey ang Tagalized lyrics ng kantang Gangnam Style ni Psy na pinamagatang " Epal Ang 'Yong Style "

At mistulang live ang videokray format na ginamit para sa nasabing number.

Look alike to the first level si Jugs na gayang gaya si Psy huh . Pwedeng pwedeng impersonator siya ni Psy he he he.

At ang mga guest performers na sina Bugoy Carino, Christine Reyes, Sexbomb Dancers at ang dambuhalang si Dumbo ay boom na boom.

Plus ang particpation ng madlang people sa bandang ending ng pasabog ay talagang nakakatayo ng balahibo.

Hmmmm, may  laban ang dalawang mokong sa pagpapasikat nilang ito.

Ang galing.

Bravo.

Dito ang video :



Tuesday, October 23, 2012

NBI clearance puwede na sa internet

An excerpt from abante-tonite.com news report :

" Inilunsad kahapon ng National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) ang E-Clearance o electronic clearance system, para sa pagkuha ng NBI clearance sa pamamagitan ng internet.

Ayon sa NBI, ito ay para makaiwas sa mahabang pila at halos maghapon na pag-aaplay para sa pagkuha ng NBI clearance.

Nabatid na ang online o E-Clearance ay aabot lamang ng humigit-kumulang sa isang oras.

Ang bagong sistema ay sa pamamagitan lamang ng computer at internet at bukas ito sa loob ng 24 oras sa lahat ng araw (24/7).
Unang gagawin ay magtungo sa Globe branch at magbayad ng P115 para sa G-cash na gagamitin.

Sinabi ni Atty. Reynaldo Esmeralda, deputy director for technical servi­ces, na ‘pag may G-cash na ay magbukas na ng website at mag-log in, at sagutin ang form sa E-Clearance at hintayin ang confirmation number sa iyong email at i-fill-up ang blangko para makumpleto ang registration.

Magtungo sa webpage na may QR code at i-printout ang webpage sa white bond paper bago magtungo sa eksklusibong E-Clearance lane sa Clearance Center.

Sa pagtungo sa Clearance Center, hindi na dadaan pa sa ordinaryong proseso na napakahaba at matagal, dahil fingerprinting, litrato at biometrics lang ang dadaanan at pupunta na sa releasing kung saan kailangang iprisinta ang valid identification card tulad ng government issued IDs.

Kung wala kang kapangalan maaaring mai-print na agad ang NBI clearance, maaari ring humingi ng tulong ang publiko sa telepono 526-1294, 523-8231 local 5499 o text “Help” sa 0917-638052. "

Monday, October 22, 2012

Best Global Brands - Jerry Olea

Here's a news article from Sir Jerry Olea of Abante-Tonite :


" NASA ika-13 taon na ang BEST GLOBAL BRANDS report ng Interbrand (isang brand consulting company).

Kabilang sa criteria ng ranking ang financial performance, papel ng brand sa pag-impluwensya ng consu­mer choices, at tibay ng brand para magdikta ng bonggang presyo.

Ayon sa Interbrand (interbrand.com), nananatiling #1 ang Coca-Cola. Ang Pepsi ay wala sa Top 20.

Bagong pasok sa Top 100 Brands ng 2012 ang Pampers (#34), social media na Facebook (#69), Prada (#84), Kia (#87), Ralph Lauren (#91) at MasterCard (#94).

Ang Top Rising Brands ng taon ay Apple (lumukso sa #2), Amazon, Samsung, Nissan at Oracle.

Sa unang pagkakataon, kinabog ng Google ang Microsoft.

Kabilang sa Top 100 brands ngayong 2012 ang Coca-Cola (#1), Apple (#2), IBM (#3), Google (#4), Microsoft (#5), Ge­neral Electric (#6), McDonald's (#7), Intel (#8), Samsung (#9), Toyota (#10);
Mercedes-Benz (#11), BMW (#12), Disney (#13), Cisco (#14), Hewlett-Packard (#15), Gilette (#16), Louis Vuitton (#17), Oracle (#18), Nokia (#19), Amazon (#20);

Honda (#21), Pepsi (#22), H&M (#23), Ame­rican Express (#24), SAP (#25), Nike (#26), UPS (#27), IKEA (#28), Kellogg's (#29), Canon (#30);

Budweiser (#31), J.P. Morgan (#32), HSBC (#33), Pampers (#34), Nes­cafe (#35), eBay (#36), Zara (#37), Gucci (#38), Volkswagen (#39), Sony (#40);

Philips (#41), L'oreal (#42), Accenture (#43), Thomson Reuters (#44), Fords (#45), Heinz (#46), Colgate (#47), Goldman Sachs (#48), Dell (#49), Citi (#50);

Siemens (#51), Danone (#52), Hyundai (#53), Morgan Stanley (#54), Audi (#55), Nintendo (#56), Nestle (#57), AXA (#58), Xerox (#59), Adidas (#60);

Caterpillar (#61), Allianz (#62), Hermes (#63), KFC (#64), Panasonic (#65), Sprite (#66), MTV (#67), Cartier (#68), Facebook (#69), Tiffany & Co. (#70);

Avon (#71), Porsche (#72), Nissan (#73), Visa (#74), Shell (#75), Santan­der (#76), 3M (#77), Adobe (#78), Johnson & Johnson (#79), Kleenex (#80);

Jack Daniel's (#81), Burberry (#82), Johnny Walker (#83), Prada (#84), John Deere (#85), Pizza Hut (#86), Kia (#87), Starbucks (#88), Corona (#89), Smirnoff (#90);

Ralph Lauren (#91), Heineken (#92), Blackberry (#93), MasterCard (#94), Credit Suisse (#95), Harley-Davidson (#96), Yahoo (#97), Moet & Chandon (#98), Ferrari (#99) at Gap (#100). "

Sunday, October 21, 2012

San Pedro Calungsod

Ngayon ang kanonisasyon ng batang Filipino na si Pedro Calungsod sa isang seremonya na pangungunahan ng Santo Papa sa Vatican City .

Isa na namang Filipino ang hinirang na Santo after ng ating very own Blessed San Lorenzo Ruiz .

Aba at dumadami ang Pilipinong santo huh .

May mababait din palang mga Noypi he he he.

Opo naman !

Ang wish ko lang .

Kailan naman kaya magkakaruon ng baklang santo he he ???!!!

At may santo ba para sa mga bakla ???

He he , just a thought .

Congratulations anyway .

San Pedro calungsod .

Ang patron ng mga kabataan.



Saturday, October 20, 2012

at Palo Alto Falls

Isinama ako ng aking friend na may pagmamay-aring  lote sa loob ng Palo Alto Subdivision sa Sitio Pinugay Baras , Rizal

Namangha naman ako sa tanawin dahil sa angking kagandahan ng lugar.

At huwag ka , dahil may falls mismo sa loob ng subdivision huh.

Opo , talon sa Tagalog .

And take note , hindi ito man-made huh kundi naturally-made waterfall na umaagos at bumabalisbis  sa loob mismo ng lupang sakop ng Palo Alto Subdivision na dinevelop ng Santa Lucia Realty.

Saan ka nakakita ng subdivison na may falls sa loob huh.

Ikaw na , Palo Alto !

At 250 steps lang naman ito hanggang sa ituktok ng falls .

Kaya naman hingal kabayo at tagaktak pawis ang peg namin nang marating ang tuktok whew!

Halina at pagpistahan natin ang mga litratong kuha ko mula sa lugar.


















Friday, October 19, 2012

surprise balloons !

From : Kram Nivrek Nahc

dami ko tawa dito hi hi hi

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

kapag Pilipino ang umutot ...

at minsan sinasabi din na " hindi naman mabantot , wala namang amoy " at " ikaw na nga ang nakikiamoy , ikaw pa ang galit ! "

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Sin tax bill

Mabuti nga iyan para mabawasan ang mga yosi kadirdir dito sa Pilipinas .

Na kahit nasa public place ka like the ever versatile jeep ay todo kung magbuga nang usok ang mga sunog-baga na akala mo ay sila lang ang nakakalanghap.

Idagdag pa ang usok mula sa tambutso ni Manong Driver.

Ang kaso kahit yata gawing 20.00 kada stick ng sigarilyo ay marami pa rin ang bibili nito .

Dahil karamihan na sa mga Pinoy ay adik at sugapa na sa hithit - buga na bisyo.

And mind you , as young as 8 years old na mga bata ay nag-aaral nang humitit ng nakamamatay na usok nito.

Paano mo nga namang mapagsasabihan at mapangangaralan silang mga musmos at walang muwang eh kung nakikita at ginagaya ang mismong pangulo natin na bumu-boom buga ng mga produkto ng mga Ilokano at binebenta ng mga takatak boys .

Hmmmm!


Sa kabilang banda , nakakatuwa lang isipin .

Kahit pala sa kasalanan ay may pakinabang din .

At iyan ang tinatawag kong benefit with a doubt he he he.

Hala at pagkakitaan na iyang mga bisyo na ikalulugmok at ikamamatay ng ibang tao .

Tutal hindi naman tayo apektado.

Maano bang magkamatayan sila sa kahihitit ng Fortune at Mighty . ( at Blackbat )

Keber ko ba .

Basta ba malakas ang kita ng tindahan ko huh .

At nakakatulong pa ako sa pamahalaan to generate more income .

Pero please lang.

Ang usok ay ipasok mo lahat sa baga mo .

Nang hindi ako maapektuhan ng secondhand smoke huh !

Yun lang !


Monday, October 15, 2012

sama ng loob

From : Dave Obleada

Ha ha , sa sobrang sama ng loob ay walang nagawa kundi ang napangiwi at napaiyak na lang 

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Kabang


Nasa Amerika ngayon si Kabang ( ang superhero na asong na-deform ang nguso nang mabangga nang humaharurot na sasakyan upang iligtas ang dalawang bata mula sa kapahamakan ) upang operahan ng mga eksperto ang kaniyang na-deform na nguso .

Insert : mabuti pa si Kabang nakarating na sa States , ako nga hindi pa he he he 

Astig naman talaga ang asong ito na hindi inisip ang kaniyang sariling kapakanan mailigtas lamang ang kaniyang amo!

May counterpart pa kaya si Kabang sa  mga tao ???!!!

Siguro naman meron pa din kahit papaano!

Kung ang aso nga ay marunong magsalba ng buhay , ang tao pa kaya ???!!!

Huwag lang tumulad sa mga intsik  na imbes na magsalba ng buhay ay pumapatay pa.

Panuorin dito ang video ng kawalang-pusong  ito ng mga singkit :



Samantala , goodluck  Kabang , nawa'y makabalik ka nang maayos at matiwasay dito sa bayan mong Pilipinas !

Dahil sa bansang Pilipinas , mapahayop o tao man , laging may superhero !

Panuorin ang matapang na pagsagip ni Kabang dito :



Saturday, October 13, 2012

16 na nurse sinisante dahil sa pag-like sa isang Facebook post

Ayan na nga bang sinasabi ko eh .

Nagsisimula na ang emartial law at cyber bullying hindi pa man tuluyang naisasabatas ang lintik na Cybercrime Law na iyan.

Sinong nagsasabi na hindi ito gagamitin ng ilang mga mapagsamantala  upang supilin ang kilos at galaw ng mga mamamayan sa cyberspace?

Esep esep po !

Nang dahil lang sa pag-pindot mo ng Like button sa Facebook , nawalan ka pa ng trabaho huh .

Onli in da Pilipins nga naman .

Narito ang video ng balita :

Friday, October 12, 2012

R.I.P. Marilou Diaz-Abaya

Home sweet home for the greatest warrior of all .

The great Filipino filmmaker Marilou Diaz-Abaya.

A sweet mother , genius film director and cancer fighter all rolled in one .

Your memories will live forever .

And that's for sure .








Thursday, October 11, 2012

World Sight Day


  From: Jollibee Kids Workshop

There's no question that good vision is important for learning. Experts say more than 80% of what your child is taught in school is presented to them visually. –Mondo Optical
Your eyes are an important part of your health. There are many things you can do to keep them healthy and make sure you are seeing your best. Follow these simple steps for maintaining healthy eyes well into your golden years. By: National Eye Institute
(1) Have a comprehensive dilated eye exam. You might think your vision is fine or that your eyes are healthy, but visiting your eye care professional for a comprehensive dilated eye exam is the only way to really be sure.
(2) Know your family’s eye health history. It’s important to know if anyone has been diagnosed with a disease or condition since many are hereditary.
(3) Eat right to protect your sight. Eating a diet rich in fruits & vegetables, particularly dark leafy greens such as spinach, kale, or collard greens. Research has also shown there are eye health benefits from eating fish high in omega-3 fatty acids, such as salmon, tuna, and halibut.
(4) Maintain a healthy weight.
(5) Wear protective eyewear. Wear protective eyewear when playing sports or doing activities around the home.
(6) Quit smoking or never start. Smoking is as bad for your eyes as it is for the rest of your body.
(7) Be cool and wear your shades. Sunglasses are a great fashion accessory, but their most important job is to protect your eyes from the sun’s ultraviolet rays.
(8) Give your eyes a rest. If you spend a lot of time at the computer or focusing on any one thing, you sometimes forget to blink and your eyes can get fatigued.
(9) Clean your hands and your contact lenses—properly. To avoid the risk of infection, always wash your hands thoroughly before putting in or taking out your contact lenses. Make sure to disinfect contact lenses as instructed and replace them as appropriate.
(10) Practice workplace eye safety. When protective eyewear is required as a part of your job, make a habit of wearing the appropriate type at all times and encourage your coworkers to do the same.
Wouldn’t it be great if your friends and loved ones also knew about it? Share this to your friends right away! If you have loved it, Im sure they will love it too…

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

KZ Tandingan

Congrats to K(ristine) Z(henie) Lobrigas Tandingan for winning the X-Factor Philippines Season I last Sunday October 07, 2012.

I'm hats off  for your winning performance .

You deserve it !

And God made it possible for you !

Cheers and Amen !

Watch her winning performance here :





Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Cris " Kesz " Valdez

Saludo naman talaga ang espasyong ito sa isang batang 13 anyos na si  Cris " Kesz " Valdez - ang pinarangalan ng International Children's Peace Prize sa The Hague Netherlands nitong taong ito . ( at mas proud ako dahil Valdez din ang middle name ko he he )

Ito lamang naman ang counterpart ng Nobel Peace Prize na para sa mga bata  .

Ayon sa Manila Times, " Thirteen-year-old Cris “Kesz” Valdez was handed this year’s International Children’s Peace Prize at a glittering ceremony in The Hague on Wednesday, where he received a 100,000-euro ($130,000) prize. He also received the Nkosi, a unique sculpture that shows how a child can move the world and symbolizes the impact of the prize. "

At si Nobel Peace laureate South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu lang naman ang nag-abot  ng trophy sa kaniya huh !

Sa murang edad na maagang nakatikim ng kalupitan at pagdarahop mula sa sariling pamilya ay natutong maglayas ang nasabing bata.

Ngunit salamat sa Diyos dahil sa Kaniyang sugong si Efren Penaflorida na nag-ahon at nagturo sa kaniya kung paano ang mabuhay at magsumikap nang naaayon sa turo at saloobin ng banal na Diyos .

Ngayon ay maipagmamalaki ang angking dunong at talino ng batang ito sa pagtulong at pagsagip sa mga batang kapus-palad na tulad din niya nuon  ay tila ba pinagkaitan ng magandang tadhana ng buhay.

Tunay nga na kahit bata at musmos pa lamang ay may galing at husay na minsan ay  hindi kayang gawin nang mga mas matatanda !

Mabuhay ka , Cris " Kesz " Valdez !

Patuloy pa sanang dumami ang iyong mga kapanalig at ang mga batang katulad mo na may dakilang adhikain sa kanilang mga puso.

Sa iyo ang pagbubunyi ng bansang Pilipinas !




Monday, October 8, 2012

Innocence Of Muslims

Nagdulot nang sari-saring reaksyon ( karamihan ay balolente ) ang nangyaring pagpapalabas at exhibition ng trailer at clips nito sa Youtube ang isang pelikula ( Innocence Of  Muslims )  na nagpapakita daw nang pagpapababa at pang-aalispusta sa pagkatao nang iginagalang na propeta ng mga Muslim na si Muhammad o Mohammed .

Diumano ay ipinapamalas sa pelikula ang pagyurak at pambabastos sa pagkatao nang nasabing respetadong propeta ng mga Muslim .

Ito diumano ay idinirehe at prinodyus ng mga Amerikano ( partikular ni  Nakoula Basseley Nakoula aka Sam Bacile ) kaya naman nasentro ang galit at pagkondena ng mga Muslim sa mga Amerikano.

Nagresulta pa nga ito nang pag-atake sa embahada ng America sa Libya at pagkamatay ng US Ambassador na si  J. Christopher Stevens

At sa ibang panig pa nang mundo ay  umaalingawngaw ang mga protesta at pagkondena laban sa nasabing pelikula.

Ang sa akin lang naman ay ganito .

Irespeto mo ang paniniwala ko at irerespeto ko rin ang paniniwala mo.

Kung hindi man natin kayang yakapin ang pananalig ng mga Muslim tungkol sa kanilang relihiyon ay huwag namang hayaang bastusin ang imahe at pagkatao nang kanilang sinasamba at iniidolong  propeta .

Kaya nga hindi ko na kailangan pang i-upload dito ang video nang kabalahuraang ito na kumalat na sa Youtube  .

Nakikisimpatiya ang espasyong ito sa nararamdaman ng mga Muslim laban sa nasabing palabas o pelikula.

Huwag lang sanang humantong sa sobrang bugso ng damdamin at galit ang lahat.

 Yun lang po at nawa'y patuloy na umiral ang kapayapaan!

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Cybercrime Law Pinaglalaruan - Bernard Taguinod

Nire-publish ko  lang itong news article from Bernard Taguinod of Abante-Tonite para i-share . Read on :



" Habang sinusubukan ng mga computer hackers ang kontrobersyal na Anti Cybercrime Act, mistulang ginagawa naman itong laruan ng mga netizens sa iba't ibang social networking sites.

Isang araw bago naging epektibo ang tinututulang batas, naglabasan ang mga ganitong status partikular sa Facebook.

"When the cyberlibel goes into effect tomorrow, here are my suggestions how to go around the said bill:

1. Beki-speak.
Ex: "Kalukis itechiwa Gobyerlalu, Wititit na pwede humanash ng kung anik anik. Kundi Kulongbels na. Ano ve? puro mga eklavu. Tegiboom boom na Karapatsina!" - Kung beki ang pulitiko, mage-get pa rin nila pero good luck sa hearing na puro beki speak ang libelous quotes hahaha

2. Jeje-speak.
Ex: Ta3na nhman pohwz ang mHayOwr nm!n d2, WLa PakinaBangz AMP! Ghow to Hellz mHayOwr!

3. Pauso ng Codes
Fuguck Thigis Puguli­guticus

Mayroon ding naglabasang mga cybercrime jokes tulad nito:
TATLONG PRESO NAG-USAP USAP:
PRISONER 1: Anong kaso mo?
PRISONER 2: Rape. Ikaw?
PRISONER 1: Nag­retweet.
PRISONER 2: E ikaw naman anong kaso mo?
PRISONER 3: Naglike ng niretweet niya.

Meron ding ganito:
Girls ingat simula bukas:
Rape = 3 years
Cybercrime = 12 years
Kaya simula bukas uso na ang rape!

O kaya ay ganito:
FACEBOOK NOTIFI­CATION: You have one (1) new warrant of arrest!
Meron ding nag-post ng larawan ng kulay o­range na T-shirt na may nakasulat na "CYBERCRIMINAL" bago ang hirit na: Order your size now! "

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Teacher's Day

From : JOLLIBEE KIDS WORKSHOP



How much do you appreciate your teachers?
Philippine education wouldn’t be completed without the very patient and dedicated teachers. They are the one who serves as a bridge and link between learning and the children. They make the hard to understand things as simple as ABC and 123.
At some point, a lot of issues are rising about the teachers and students relations. Some students were considered to have their teachers fright. Maybe they are worried that they might be getting scolded without their assignments, wrong answers and more. However we can also consider that there will be also a whole lot of thing for you to appreciate and get closer with your teachers!

Say Goodbye to a Terror Teacher Mindset, here are your 5 great ways to appreciate teachers: Gratitude All Month Long!
(1) Send out a press release: Press releases are simple and free. Write up a letter from the class or school and send it to the press for all the community to see. Send a picture of the teacher or of the teacher with his or her students with the press release.
(2) Prepare a meal: Take turns with some other parents bringing in breakfast or lunch for the teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week.
(3) Send a note of gratitude: Take time to write something really special.Teachers appreciate your words of support. Site specific ways that they have helped your children or family. You might think that “everyone” will send a note of appreciation—but many won’t. Be the person who provides a heartfelt thanksto a favorite teacher. You can even send a free e-card!
(4) Personalize t-shirts or coffee mugs: Take a picture of the class or have the children make a special collage and get it transferred onto a shirt or mug for posterity!
(5) Before or after-class surprise: Bring in muffins, a cake, or pizza before or after class so that teachers can enjoy a special well-deserved treat.
Teachers make the little one counts!
Wouldn’t it be great if your friends and loved ones also knew about it? Make your own way of appreciating your teachers campaigns! Share this to your friends right away! If you have loved it, Im sure they will love it too…

Friday, October 5, 2012

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Republic Act No. 10175

S. No. 2796
H. No. 5808
Republic of the Philippines
Congress of the Philippines
Metro Manila
Fifteenth Congress

Second Regular Session
Begun and held in Metro Manila, on Monday the Twenty-fifth day of July two thousand eleven.
[ Republic Act No. 10175 ]
AN ACT DEFINING CYBERCRIME, PROVIDING FOR THE PREVENTION, INVESTIGATION, SUPPRESSION AND THE IMPOSITION OF PENALTIES THEREFOR AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Philippines in Congress assembled:
CHAPTER I
PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS
SECTION 1. Title. — This Act shall be known as the “Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012″.
SEC. 2. Declaration of Policy. — The State recognizes the vital role of information and communications industries such as content production, telecommunications, broadcasting electronic commerce, and data processing, in the nation’s overall social and economic development. The State also recognizes the importance of providing an environment conducive to the development, acceleration, and rational application and exploitation of information and communications technology (ICT) to attain free, easy, and intelligible access to exchange and/or delivery of information; and the need to protect and safeguard the integrity of computer, computer and communications systems, networks, and databases, and the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information and data stored therein, from all forms of misuse, abuse, and illegal access by making punishable under the law such conduct or conducts. In this light, the State shall adopt sufficient powers to effectively prevent and combat such offenses by facilitating their detection, investigation, and prosecution at both the domestic and international levels, and by providing arrangements for fast and reliable international cooperation.
SEC. 3. Definition of Terms. — For purposes of this Act, the following terms are hereby defined as follows:
(a) Access refers to the instruction, communication with, storing data in, retrieving data from, or otherwise making use of any resources of a computer system or communication network.
(b) Alteration refers to the modification or change, in form or substance, of an existing computer data or program.
(c) Communication refers to the transmission of information through ICT media, including voice, video and other forms of data.
(d) Computer refers to an electronic, magnetic, optical, electrochemical, or other data processing or communications device, or grouping of such devices, capable of performing logical, arithmetic, routing, or storage functions and which includes any storage facility or equipment or communications facility or equipment directly related to or operating in conjunction with such device. It covers any type of computer device including devices with data processing capabilities like mobile phones, smart phones, computer networks and other devices connected to the internet.
(e) Computer data refers to any representation of facts, information, or concepts in a form suitable for processing in a computer system including a program suitable to cause a computer system to perform a function and includes electronic documents and/or electronic data messages whether stored in local computer systems or online.
(f) Computer program refers to a set of instructions executed by the computer to achieve intended results.
(g) Computer system refers to any device or group of interconnected or related devices, one or more of which, pursuant to a program, performs automated processing of data. It covers any type of device with data processing capabilities including, but not limited to, computers and mobile phones. The device consisting of hardware and software may include input, output and storage components which may stand alone or be connected in a network or other similar devices. It also includes computer data storage devices or media.
(h) Without right refers to either: (i) conduct undertaken without or in excess of authority; or (ii) conduct not covered by established legal defenses, excuses, court orders, justifications, or relevant principles under the law.
(i) Cyber refers to a computer or a computer network, the electronic medium in which online communication takes place.
(j) Critical infrastructure refers to the computer systems, and/or networks, whether physical or virtual, and/or the computer programs, computer data and/or traffic data so vital to this country that the incapacity or destruction of or interference with such system and assets would have a debilitating impact on security, national or economic security, national public health and safety, or any combination of those matters.
(k) Cybersecurity refers to the collection of tools, policies, risk management approaches, actions, training, best practices, assurance and technologies that can be used to protect the cyber environment and organization and user’s assets.
(l) Database refers to a representation of information, knowledge, facts, concepts, or instructions which are being prepared, processed or stored or have been prepared, processed or stored in a formalized manner and which are intended for use in a computer system.
(m) Interception refers to listening to, recording, monitoring or surveillance of the content of communications, including procuring of the content of data, either directly, through access and use of a computer system or indirectly, through the use of electronic eavesdropping or tapping devices, at the same time that the communication is occurring.
(n) Service provider refers to:
(1) Any public or private entity that provides to users of its service the ability to communicate by means of a computer system; and
(2) Any other entity that processes or stores computer data on behalf of such communication service or users of such service.
(o) Subscriber’s information refers to any information contained in the form of computer data or any other form that is held by a service provider, relating to subscribers of its services other than traffic or content data and by which identity can be established:
(1) The type of communication service used, the technical provisions taken thereto and the period of service;
(2) The subscriber’s identity, postal or geographic address, telephone and other access numbers, any assigned network address, billing and payment information, available on the basis of the service agreement or arrangement; and
(3) Any other available information on the site of the installation of communication equipment, available on the basis of the service agreement or arrangement.
(p) Traffic data or non-content data refers to any computer data other than the content of the communication including, but not limited to, the communication’s origin, destination, route, time, date, size, duration, or type of underlying service.
CHAPTER II
PUNISHABLE ACTS
SEC. 4. Cybercrime Offenses. — The following acts constitute the offense of cybercrime punishable under this Act:
(a) Offenses against the confidentiality, integrity and availability of computer data and systems:
(1) Illegal Access. – The access to the whole or any part of a computer system without right.
(2) Illegal Interception. – The interception made by technical means without right of any non-public transmission of computer data to, from, or within a computer system including electromagnetic emissions from a computer system carrying such computer data.
(3) Data Interference. — The intentional or reckless alteration, damaging, deletion or deterioration of computer data, electronic document, or electronic data message, without right, including the introduction or transmission of viruses.
(4) System Interference. — The intentional alteration or reckless hindering or interference with the functioning of a computer or computer network by inputting, transmitting, damaging, deleting, deteriorating, altering or suppressing computer data or program, electronic document, or electronic data message, without right or authority, including the introduction or transmission of viruses.
(5) Misuse of Devices.
(i) The use, production, sale, procurement, importation, distribution, or otherwise making available, without right, of:
(aa) A device, including a computer program, designed or adapted primarily for the purpose of committing any of the offenses under this Act; or
(bb) A computer password, access code, or similar data by which the whole or any part of a computer system is capable of being accessed with intent that it be used for the purpose of committing any of the offenses under this Act.
(ii) The possession of an item referred to in paragraphs 5(i)(aa) or (bb) above with intent to use said devices for the purpose of committing any of the offenses under this section.
(6) Cyber-squatting. – The acquisition of a domain name over the internet in bad faith to profit, mislead, destroy reputation, and deprive others from registering the same, if such a domain name is:
(i) Similar, identical, or confusingly similar to an existing trademark registered with the appropriate government agency at the time of the domain name registration:
(ii) Identical or in any way similar with the name of a person other than the registrant, in case of a personal name; and
(iii) Acquired without right or with intellectual property interests in it.
(b) Computer-related Offenses:
(1) Computer-related Forgery. —
(i) The input, alteration, or deletion of any computer data without right resulting in inauthentic data with the intent that it be considered or acted upon for legal purposes as if it were authentic, regardless whether or not the data is directly readable and intelligible; or
(ii) The act of knowingly using computer data which is the product of computer-related forgery as defined herein, for the purpose of perpetuating a fraudulent or dishonest design.
(2) Computer-related Fraud. — The unauthorized input, alteration, or deletion of computer data or program or interference in the functioning of a computer system, causing damage thereby with fraudulent intent: Provided, That if no
damage has yet been caused, the penalty imposable shall be one (1) degree lower.
(3) Computer-related Identity Theft. – The intentional acquisition, use, misuse, transfer, possession, alteration or deletion of identifying information belonging to another, whether natural or juridical, without right: Provided, That if no damage has yet been caused, the penalty imposable shall be one (1) degree lower.
(c) Content-related Offenses:
(1) Cybersex. — The willful engagement, maintenance, control, or operation, directly or indirectly, of any lascivious exhibition of sexual organs or sexual activity, with the aid of a computer system, for favor or consideration.
(2) Child Pornography. — The unlawful or prohibited acts defined and punishable by Republic Act No. 9775 or the Anti-Child Pornography Act of 2009, committed through a computer system: Provided, That the penalty to be imposed shall be (1) one degree higher than that provided for in Republic Act No. 9775.
(3) Unsolicited Commercial Communications. — The transmission of commercial electronic communication with the use of computer system which seek to advertise, sell, or offer for sale products and services are prohibited unless:
(i) There is prior affirmative consent from the recipient; or
(ii) The primary intent of the communication is for service and/or administrative announcements from the sender to its existing users, subscribers or customers; or
(iii) The following conditions are present:
(aa) The commercial electronic communication contains a simple, valid, and reliable way for the recipient to reject. receipt of further commercial electronic messages (opt-out) from the same source;
(bb) The commercial electronic communication does not purposely disguise the source of the electronic message; and
(cc) The commercial electronic communication does not purposely include misleading information in any part of the message in order to induce the recipients to read the message.
(4) Libel. — The unlawful or prohibited acts of libel as defined in Article 355 of the Revised Penal Code, as amended, committed through a computer system or any other similar means which may be devised in the future.
SEC. 5. Other Offenses. — The following acts shall also constitute an offense:
(a) Aiding or Abetting in the Commission of Cybercrime. – Any person who willfully abets or aids in the commission of any of the offenses enumerated in this Act shall be held liable.
(b) Attempt in the Commission of Cybercrime. — Any person who willfully attempts to commit any of the offenses enumerated in this Act shall be held liable.
SEC. 6. All crimes defined and penalized by the Revised Penal Code, as amended, and special laws, if committed by, through and with the use of information and communications technologies shall be covered by the relevant provisions of this Act: Provided, That the penalty to be imposed shall be one (1) degree higher than that provided for by the Revised Penal Code, as amended, and special laws, as the case may be.
SEC. 7. Liability under Other Laws. — A prosecution under this Act shall be without prejudice to any liability for violation of any provision of the Revised Penal Code, as amended, or special laws.
CHAPTER III
PENALTIES
SEC. 8. Penalties. — Any person found guilty of any of the punishable acts enumerated in Sections 4(a) and 4(b) of this Act shall be punished with imprisonment of prision mayor or a fine of at least Two hundred thousand pesos (PhP200,000.00) up to a maximum amount commensurate to the damage incurred or both.
Any person found guilty of the punishable act under Section 4(a)(5) shall be punished with imprisonment of prision mayor or a fine of not more than Five hundred thousand pesos (PhP500,000.00) or both.
If punishable acts in Section 4(a) are committed against critical infrastructure, the penalty of reclusion temporal or a fine of at least Five hundred thousand pesos (PhP500,000.00) up to maximum amount commensurate to the damage incurred or both, shall be imposed.
Any person found guilty of any of the punishable acts enumerated in Section 4(c)(1) of this Act shall be punished with imprisonment of prision mayor or a fine of at least Two hundred thousand pesos (PhP200,000.00) but not exceeding One million pesos (PhPl,000,000.00) or both.
Any person found guilty of any of the punishable acts enumerated in Section 4(c)(2) of this Act shall be punished with the penalties as enumerated in Republic Act No. 9775 or the “Anti-Child Pornography Act of 2009″: Provided, That the penalty to be imposed shall be one (1) degree higher than that provided for in Republic Act No. 9775, if committed through a computer system.
Any person found guilty of any of the punishable acts enumerated in Section 4(c)(3) shall be punished with imprisonment of arresto mayor or a fine of at least Fifty thousand pesos (PhP50,000.00) but not exceeding Two hundred fifty thousand pesos (PhP250,000.00) or both.
Any person found guilty of any of the punishable acts enumerated in Section 5 shall be punished with imprisonment one (1) degree lower than that of the prescribed penalty for the offense or a fine of at least One hundred thousand pesos (PhPl00,000.00) but not exceeding Five hundred thousand pesos (PhP500,000.00) or both.
SEC. 9. Corporate Liability. — When any of the punishable acts herein defined are knowingly committed on behalf of or for the benefit of a juridical person, by a natural person acting either individually or as part of an organ of the juridical person, who has a leading position within, based on: (a) a power of representation of the juridical person provided the act committed falls within the scope of such authority; (b) an authority to take decisions on behalf of the juridical person: Provided, That the act committed falls within the scope of such authority; or (c) an authority to exercise control within the juridical person, the juridical person shall be held liable for a fine equivalent to at least double the fines imposable in Section 7 up to a maximum of Ten million pesos (PhP10,000,000.00).
If the commission of any of the punishable acts herein defined was made possible due to the lack of supervision or control by a natural person referred to and described in the preceding paragraph, for the benefit of that juridical person by a natural person acting under its authority, the juridical person shall be held liable for a fine equivalent to at least double the fines imposable in Section 7 up to a maximum of Five million pesos (PhP5,000,000.00).
The liability imposed on the juridical person shall be without prejudice to the criminal liability of the natural person who has committed the offense.
CHAPTER IV
ENFORCEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION
SEC. 10. Law Enforcement Authorities. — The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) and the Philippine National Police (PNP) shall be responsible for the efficient and effective law enforcement of the provisions of this Act. The NBI and the PNP shall organize a cybercrime unit or center manned by special investigators to exclusively handle cases involving violations of this Act.
SEC. 11. Duties of Law Enforcement Authorities. — To ensure that the technical nature of cybercrime and its prevention is given focus and considering the procedures involved for international cooperation, law enforcement authorities specifically the computer or technology crime divisions or units responsible for the investigation of cybercrimes are required to submit timely and regular reports including pre-operation, post-operation and investigation results and such other documents as may be required to the Department of Justice (DOJ) for review and monitoring.
SEC. 12. Real-Time Collection of Traffic Data. — Law enforcement authorities, with due cause, shall be authorized to collect or record by technical or electronic means traffic data in real-time associated with specified communications transmitted by means of a computer system.
Traffic data refer only to the communication’s origin, destination, route, time, date, size, duration, or type of underlying service, but not content, nor identities.
All other data to be collected or seized or disclosed will require a court warrant.
Service providers are required to cooperate and assist law enforcement authorities in the collection or recording of the above-stated information.
The court warrant required under this section shall only be issued or granted upon written application and the examination under oath or affirmation of the applicant and the witnesses he may produce and the showing: (1) that there are reasonable grounds to believe that any of the crimes enumerated hereinabove has been committed, or is being committed, or is about to be committed: (2) that there are reasonable grounds to believe that evidence that will be obtained is essential to the conviction of any person for, or to the solution of, or to the prevention of, any such crimes; and (3) that there are no other means readily available for obtaining such evidence.
SEC. 13. Preservation of Computer Data. — The integrity of traffic data and subscriber information relating to communication services provided by a service provider shall be preserved for a minimum period of six (6) months from the date of the transaction. Content data shall be similarly preserved for six (6) months from the date of receipt of the order from law enforcement authorities requiring its preservation.
Law enforcement authorities may order a one-time extension for another six (6) months: Provided, That once computer data preserved, transmitted or stored by a service provider is used as evidence in a case, the mere furnishing to such service provider of the transmittal document to the Office of the Prosecutor shall be deemed a notification to preserve the computer data until the termination of the case.
The service provider ordered to preserve computer data shall keep confidential the order and its compliance.
SEC. 14. Disclosure of Computer Data. — Law enforcement authorities, upon securing a court warrant, shall issue an order requiring any person or service provider to disclose or submit subscriber’s information, traffic data or relevant data in his/its possession or control within seventy-two (72) hours from receipt of the order in relation to a valid complaint officially docketed and assigned for investigation and the disclosure is necessary and relevant for the purpose of investigation.
SEC. 15. Search, Seizure and Examination of Computer Data. — Where a search and seizure warrant is properly issued, the law enforcement authorities shall likewise have the following powers and duties.
Within the time period specified in the warrant, to conduct interception, as defined in this Act, and:
(a) To secure a computer system or a computer data storage medium;
(b) To make and retain a copy of those computer data secured;
(c) To maintain the integrity of the relevant stored computer data;
(d) To conduct forensic analysis or examination of the computer data storage medium; and
(e) To render inaccessible or remove those computer data in the accessed computer or computer and communications network.
Pursuant thereof, the law enforcement authorities may order any person who has knowledge about the functioning of the computer system and the measures to protect and preserve the computer data therein to provide, as is reasonable, the necessary information, to enable the undertaking of the search, seizure and examination.
Law enforcement authorities may request for an extension of time to complete the examination of the computer data storage medium and to make a return thereon but in no case for a period longer than thirty (30) days from date of approval by the court.
SEC. 16. Custody of Computer Data. — All computer data, including content and traffic data, examined under a proper warrant shall, within forty-eight (48) hours after the expiration of the period fixed therein, be deposited with the court in a sealed package, and shall be accompanied by an affidavit of the law enforcement authority executing it stating the dates and times covered by the examination, and the law enforcement authority who may access the deposit, among other relevant data. The law enforcement authority shall also certify that no duplicates or copies of the whole or any part thereof have been made, or if made, that all such duplicates or copies are included in the package deposited with the court. The package so deposited shall not be opened, or the recordings replayed, or used in evidence, or then contents revealed, except upon order of the court, which shall not be granted except upon motion, with due notice and opportunity to be heard to the person or persons whose conversation or communications have been recorded.
SEC. 17. Destruction of Computer Data. — Upon expiration of the periods as provided in Sections 13 and 15, service providers and law enforcement authorities, as the case may be, shall immediately and completely destroy the computer data subject of a preservation and examination.
SEC. 18. Exclusionary Rule. — Any evidence procured without a valid warrant or beyond the authority of the same shall be inadmissible for any proceeding before any court or tribunal.
SEC. 19. Restricting or Blocking Access to Computer Data. — When a computer data is prima facie found to be in violation of the provisions of this Act, the DOJ shall issue an order to restrict or block access to such computer data.
SEC. 20. Noncompliance. — Failure to comply with the provisions of Chapter IV hereof specifically the orders from law enforcement authorities shall be punished as a violation of Presidential Decree No. 1829 with imprisonment of prision correctional in its maximum period or a fine of One hundred thousand pesos (Php100,000.00) or both, for each and every noncompliance with an order issued by law enforcement authorities.
CHAPTER V
JURISDICTION
SEC. 21. Jurisdiction. — The Regional Trial Court shall have jurisdiction over any violation of the provisions of this Act. including any violation committed by a Filipino national regardless of the place of commission. Jurisdiction shall lie if any of the elements was committed within the Philippines or committed with the use of any computer system wholly or partly situated in the country, or when by such commission any damage is caused to a natural or juridical person who, at the time the offense was committed, was in the Philippines.
There shall be designated special cybercrime courts manned by specially trained judges to handle cybercrime cases.
CHAPTER VI
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
Sec. 22. General Principles Relating to International Cooperation — All relevant international instruments on international cooperation in criminal matters, arrangements agreed on the basis of uniform or reciprocal legislation, and domestic laws, to the widest extent possible for the purposes of investigations or proceedings concerning criminal offenses related to computer systems and data, or for the collection of evidence in electronic form of a criminal, offense shall be given full force and effect.
CHAPTER VII
COMPETENT AUTHORITIES
SEC 23. Department of Justice (DOJ). — There is hereby created an Office of Cybercrime within the DOJ designated as the central authority in all matters related to international mutual assistance and extradition.
SEC. 24. Cybercrime Investigation and Coordinating Center. — There is hereby created, within thirty (30) days from the effectivity of this Act, an inter-agency body to be known as the Cybercrime Investigation and Coordinating Center (CICC), under the administrative supervision of the Office of the President, for policy coordination among concerned agencies and for the formulation and enforcement of the national cybersecurity plan.
SEC. 25. Composition. — The CICC shall be headed by the Executive Director of the Information and Communications Technology Office under the Department of Science and Technology (ICTO-DOST) as Chairperson with the Director of the NBI as Vice Chairperson; the Chief of the PNP; Head of the DOJ Office of Cybercrime; and one (1) representative from the private sector and academe, as members. The CICC shall be manned by a secretariat of selected existing personnel and representatives from the different participating agencies.
SEC. 26. Powers and Functions. — The CICC shall have the following powers and functions:
(a) To formulate a national cybersecurity plan and extend immediate assistance for the suppression of real-time commission of cybercrime offenses through a computer emergency response team (CERT);
(b) To coordinate the preparation of appropriate and effective measures to prevent and suppress cybercrime activities as provided for in this Act;
(c) To monitor cybercrime cases being bandied by participating law enforcement and prosecution agencies;
(d) To facilitate international cooperation on intelligence, investigations, training and capacity building related to cybercrime prevention, suppression and prosecution;
(e) To coordinate the support and participation of the business sector, local government units and nongovernment organizations in cybercrime prevention programs and other
related projects;
(f) To recommend the enactment of appropriate laws, issuances, measures and policies;
(g) To call upon any government agency to render assistance in the accomplishment of the CICC’s mandated tasks and functions; and
(h) To perform all other matters related to cybercrime prevention and suppression, including capacity building and such other functions and duties as may be necessary for the proper implementation of this Act.
CHAPTER VIII
FINAL PROVISIONS
SEC. 27. Appropriations. — The amount of Fifty million pesos (PhP50,000,000_00) shall be appropriated annually for the implementation of this Act.
SEC. 28. Implementing Rules and Regulations. — The ICTO-DOST, the DOJ and the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) shall jointly formulate the necessary rules and regulations within ninety (90) days from approval of this Act, for its effective implementation.
SEC. 29. Separability Clause — If any provision of this Act is held invalid, the other provisions not affected shall remain in full force and effect.
SEC. 30. Repealing Clause. — All laws, decrees or rules inconsistent with this Act are hereby repealed or modified accordingly. Section 33(a) of Republic Act No. 8792 or the “Electronic Commerce Act” is hereby modified accordingly.
SEC. 31. Effectivity. — This Act shall take effect fifteen (15) days after the completion of its publication in the Official Gazette or in at least two (2) newspapers of general circulation.
Approved,
(Sgd.) FELICIANO BELMONTE JR.
Speaker of the House
of Representatives
(Sgd.) JUAN PONCE ENRILEPresident of the Senate
This Act which is a consolidation of Senate Bill No. 2796 and House Bill No. 5808 was finally passed by the Senate and the House of Representatives on June 5, 2012 and June 4, 2012, respectively.
(Sgd.) MARILYN B BARUA-YAP
Secretary General
House of Representatives
(Sgd.) EMMA LIRIO-REYES
Secretary of the Senate

Approved: SEP 12 2012
(Sgd.) BENIGNO S. AQUINO III
President of the Philippines