Anonymous Philippines have hacked and defaced several Government websites of Philippines in protest of Cyber Crime Law.

It looks like a large portion of the Internet users are unhappy with the law regarding Internet, and are showing their protest by targeting the Government websites, earlier tomorrow several other high profile Government websites were also reported to be defaced and brought down.
within the hacked websites today are, Official Website of Municipality of Virac LGU Tacurong City Official Website of the Municipality of Mangaldan, Pangasinan Official Website of Panabo City Official Website of Apalit City Municipality of Magarao National Historical Commission Of The Philippines

Anonymous Philippines hacks and deface several Government websites of Philippines protesting against Internet Censorship.

Defaced websites were showing a message against the “Cyber Crime Law”

In the year 1987 when the late former President Corazon Aquino passed the bill that gave the Filipino people its right to freedom of speech and expression but in the year 2012 politicians and lawmakers came up of the billthat kills the right of the people to freely express their opinion and freedom of speech through the internet.
The 1987 Constitution, Article III, Bill of Rights, Section 4 states,
“No law shall be passed abridging the freedom of speech, of expression, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and petition the government for redress of grievances.”
We, the citizens of the internet, fight again for this right and for this freedom. We fight not only for ourselves but also for others who stand with us against the Cyber Crime Law — bloggers, gamers or ordinary internet users.
This is our way to express and oppose the bill that may destroy the future of the internet in the Philippines. We believe that together we shall achieve the goal and the purpose of this cause. We shall stand and fight for the Filipino Netizens’ right to freedom of speech and expression.

Protect our Right to Freedom of Expression!

We Are AnonymousWe Are LegionWe Do Not ForgiveWe Do Not Forget

It is possible that in upcoming days More high profile websites can be targeted to express the protest.
At the time of writing the Article most of the websites were still showing the deface page.