With the Cybercrime Law (RA 10175) and the provision against spamming, friends are asking if they will be jailed for photo-tagging in Facebook. First of all, I’m not a lawyer, but there is a solution for your favorite activity of photo-tagging…
Madali po ang photo-tagging. Hindi mo kailangan mag-blog. Tapos nun, pwede ka pang gumamit ng program para mag-tag ng mga photos para sa iyo.
Ang kaso, may lumabas na Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 so paano na?
Heto ang solusyon: Gumamit ng non-commercial content sa inyong photos and website links.
(Akala ng iba po diyan ay sinisiraan namin ang photo-tagging. Please naman. Due process man lang.)
To be clear: We are not against photo-tagging.
Ang sinasabi lang po namin ay: May probisyon ang Cybercrime Law laban sa Spamming, at ang random photo-tagging sa Facebook ay spamming.
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Ngayon, kung hindi commercial or ad yung photo ninyo, hindi po yan sakop ng Spamming provision ng RA 10175. Please take note po na hindi ako lawyer.
Heto po ang quick solution adjustments:
1. Use non-commercial photos/ads
2. Use non-commercial website links
So that’s the general strategy.
What is the Photo-Tagging Tactic?
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