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OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT, represented by President Benigno Simeon Aquino III, SENATE OF THE PHILIPPINES, and HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Respondents.203359 SENATOR TEOFISTO DL GUINGONA III, Petitioner, vs.ROJAS, Director of the National Bureau of Investigation, D/GEN.BARTOLOME, Chief of the Philippine National Police, MANUEL A.Petitioners claim that, considering the substantial distinction between the two, the law should recognize the difference.



According to this standard, a legislative classification that impermissibly interferes with the exercise of fundamental right or operates to the peculiar class disadvantage of a suspect class is presumed unconstitutional.SECRETARY OF INTERIOR AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT, Respondents.Petitioners claim that Section 4(a)(3) suffers from overbreadth in that, while it seeks to discourage data interference, it intrudes into the area of protected speech and expression, creating a chilling and deterrent effect on these guaranteed freedoms.The intentional or reckless alteration, damaging, deletion or deterioration of computer data, electronic document, or electronic data message, without right, including the introduction or transmission of viruses.

Notably, there are also those who would want, like vandals, to wreak or cause havoc to the computer systems and networks of indispensable or highly useful institutions as well as to the laptop or computer programs and memories of innocent individuals.

Section 4(c)(3) on Unsolicited Commercial Communications; h.