Minor’s sex video a test case for Cybercrime Law

The Department of Justice has recorded the first violation of the Cybercrime Prevention Act. The DOJ reportedly received the complaint last October 3.

DZMM reports that the case involves a minor who was caught on video while having sex.

The victim’s family wants the person who had spread the sex video to be held liable and get punished under the Cybercrime Law.

However, the justice department has not yet identified the suspect and cannot take action as the controversial law’s implementing rules and regulations (IRR) are still being drafted, the report said.

Child pornography is one of the acts punishable under Chapter II, Section 4 (c) “Content-related Offenses” of Republic Act No. 10175.