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Earlier this week El Reg reported that 200 million Yahoo! US telco Verizon is paying $4.8bn to buy the Purple Palace for itself.The Philippines is today making headlines around the world after President Benigno Aquino III signed a law that bans cybersex as part of a cybercrime prevention tactic.One of the most shocking aspects of the rise in Philippine cybersex trafficking is that pornography is technically illegal there.Furthermore, cybersex dens aren’t necessarily restricted to the red light districts and big cities associated with traditional sex tourism.Meanwhile, in those parts of the world which haven't advanced, in IT terms, beyond the early 1990s, plenty of FUD about the “shutting down” of Yahoo!Messenger abounds from people who really should know better, even though that's not what is happening.The Purple Palace said, back in June, that today would be the day when the desktop client for Messenger would be switched off.At the time of writing (morning of 5 August) Yahoo!
“The laws are really behind,” said the head of the computer crimes unit at the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), in an interview with the .
Horrifyingly, Andrea’s “employer” was her own uncle.
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