by Tetch Torres (Inquirer.net)
“Real time collection of traffic data under the Cybercrime Act authorizes the PNP and the NBI to install devices at the networks of telecommunications, mobile and Internet service providers to capture data about communications,” the petitioners said.
I don’t think there is such a thing as cyber privacy or security. What keeps people from going beyond the line is probably respect. I sure hope this lasts even though studies have shown that one of the issues that mankind will be facing together with technological advancement is security. Ironic but I agree. How tight can security be if we don’t really know what’s happening in the virtual world. It’s not like your usual lock box that you have a physical key you can secure. I guess we just need to think twice before we share our personal information online.