Days after a strict cybersecurity law went into effect in the Philippines, the country's Supreme Court suspended it.
According to the Associated Press, the court issued a temporary restraining order to freeze the government's enforcement of the Cybercrime Prevention Act 2012. Justice Secretary Leila de Lima said the law will be suspended for 120 days. The court plans to hear oral arguments from the law's supporters and critics in January.
President Benigno Aquino III signed the law last month and it became official last week. There were no reports of anyone violating the law.
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