Senators approved on final reading a bill that would expand government protections against online sexual abuse and exploitation of children.
On Thursday, May 27, a total of 23 senators voted to pass Senate Bill (SB) No. 2209 or the proposed Special Protections against Online Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Children Act.
No senator voted against the bill or abstained from the vote.
SB 2209 provides a comprehensive list identifying which acts constitute online sexual abuse of children.
The bill would also give additional tools to law enforcement agencies to go after Filipino and foreign sexual abusers of children. Any sex offender convicted overseas would be blacklisted and would be barred from entering the Philippines.
i wounder how much $$$ this cost the USA while people in USA are homeless and starve
Sounds like the nail in the coffin to my plan getting there. Off registration but that sounds like it’s aimed for past convictions :/ “The bill would also give additional tools to law enforcement agencies to go after Filipino and foreign sexual abusers of children. Any sex offender convicted overseas would be blacklisted and would be barred from entering the Philippines”
after further reading the bill, pretty sure i will waste money trying to go there, only hope left is if the bill only is intended to internet crimes but says crime equivalent, will proboly include romeo and juliet cases im guessing.
SECTION 32. Blacklisting of alien OSAEC offenders. – In coordination with the 20 DFA, the Bureau of Immigration (BI) and the DOJ shall ensure that all convicted 21 offenders of OSAEC or similar or equivatent crimes ’n other jur’isdbtions, or those 22 aliens reported to or being monitored by Philippine law enforcement authoritfes for 23 conducting OSAEC activities shall not be allowed entry in the Philippines. In addition 24 to its data system collection and database functions under Sectbn 30, the NCC25 OSAEC shall create and maintain an updated registry of blacklisted aliens based on 26 the information from DFA, BI and the DOJ.
It just keeps getting worse. Honestly, I have pretty much given up caring what laws are passed. My life ended years ago. I am hoping to get to Germany, but that is a cheap second place prize. If I don’t get there, I won’t cry. I will go peacefully into the night.
I’m not looking forward to the zoom calls I have to make. At least in prison your friends can come see you. I know that I now how to leave a lot of people behind. No one to blame but me.
I find this to be laughable especially coming from the country that’s the empire of corruption and the Kings of moral turpitude. I was blacklisted in 2013 and haven’t seen or heard from my wife or my children since 2015 thanks to this wonderful A##&$%E country. I wonder how much blackmailing the DOJ did to the to the Philippine government to have this law written up
Is this their version of International Megan’s Law? Why do countries follow the United States off the cliff into the Sea of Insanity?
Got to love the criminalization of fantasy….
Sure it’s controversial, but I would much rather give people the option for some form of expression than push them to actually go after others. In fact studies have been done showing increased pornography access reduces crimes too. Now some people will twist that to claim all porn should be legal. Zero research or studies have advocated for such a change, but some do admit yes even allowing receipt and possession of content that might currently be illegal does reduce contact offenses. To be absolutely clear very little research makes that exact point (one or two studies May include something along those lines). Rather it’s pornography (without specification of current legality) in general along with greater consensual sexual freedom that reduces crimes across the board.
“Total of 23 senators voted to pass Senate Bill (SB) No. 2209 or the proposed Special Protections against Online Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Children Act. No senator voted against the bill or abstained from the vote.” It do not take much to buy votes, there. At 50,000 Paso per senator it only cost an American “Just one child” person or group $25,000. Even $20 can buy a lot of favors, there.
appears that this may not of been passed yet, i just found this on the saferkids ph side. passed the senate, going to write a letter to the other chamber explaining how they are breaking up families and hurting more kids then saving ” SaferKidsPH calls on both chambers of the Philippine Congress to immediately pass Senate Bill No. 2209 into law before the end of the 18th Congress. We believe that this Bill will institutionalize existing efforts and interventions in supporting the government, introduce stronger, more responsive and protective measures for children, and involve all relevant stakeholders including the public in the fight against OSAEC.
The proposed law would also see the creation of an “online sex offenders registry.”- per abc/cbn news. oh gawd usa number 2