The smashing of a pornography ring that streamed live footage on the Internet of the sexual abuse of Filipino children has re-focused the spotlight on the country’s anti-cybercrime law.

Last week, international news agencies reported that investigators in the Philippines, Britain and Australia and the United States worked together in dismantling the ring, and 29 arrests have been made.

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