Cybercrime has emerged as a critical threat to the modern world. But legislation to control it has lagged far behind the technology.
Lacking global recognised standards and joint efforts, experiments in most nations and regions have proved costly and futile.
Last week the Philippines Supreme Court again stopped the government from enforcing its cybercrime law, which has aroused fierce debates since its passage last year because it would severely curb internet freedoms.
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