His message read: "As of March 29, 1994 at am Philippine time, unfortunately 2 days late due to slight technical difficulties, the Philippines was FINALLY connected to the Internet via Sprint Link.
The Philippine router, a Cisco 7000 router was attached via the services of PLDT and Sprint communications to Sprint Link's router at Stockton Ca.
10175, criminalized cybersquatting, cybersex, child pornography, identity theft, illegal access to data and libel.
The act has been criticized for its provision on criminalizing libel, which is perceived to be a curtailment in freedom of expression.
The speed limit sign is a red circle with numbers inside as in most countries including Japan, Thailand and Malaysia.