Activists in Philippines protest 2012 cyber crime law after Supreme Court upholds it as constitutional.
Filipino stage a protest against the controversial Cybercrime Protection Law that penalizes online libel, in Quezon city, Philippines, 25 February 2014. (EPA/FRANCIS R. MALASIG)
In early February, the Supreme Court upheld the controversial bill, declaring several provisions constitutional. Many critics focus on a provision criminalising online libel, calling it an infringement on free speech and Internet freedom.