Title

To record or not to record: Admissibility in evidence of video recording taken in the exercise of civic duty

Date of Publication

2016

Document Type

Bachelor's Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Legal Management

Subject Categories

Civil Rights and Discrimination | Evidence

College

Ramon V. Del Rosario College of Business

Department/Unit

Commercial Law

Thesis Adviser

Larry P. Ignacio

Defense Panel Chair

Antonio A. Ligon

Defense Panel Member

Roxanne B. Dimayuga
Reiner B. Uy

Abstract/Summary

This thesis was written in order to answer the conflicting schools of thought related to the Anti-Wiretapping Law and the exercise of civic duty. This is due to the fact that one who is exercising civic duty may possibly be violating the Anti-Wiretapping Law and thus, the constitutional right to privacy. That is why we must weigh each of the schools of thought and analyze its factors and elements to determine which will prevail.;"We arrived at our results through using the qualitative research method. This was done by gathering primary resources such as the different Philippine laws and jurisprudence while for the secondary resources we used different law journals, newspapers and the like. After we have gathered the resources, we defined criteria concepts by analyzing the resources, especially the jurisprudence, in order to piece together the answer to our research questions.

After utilizing the aforementioned research method, we have arrived at the conclusion that the right to privacy of public officials in the exercise of their official duties are waived and thus the Anti-Wiretapping Law is not applicable to them.

Abstract Format

html

Language

English

Format

Print

Accession Number

TU19404

Shelf Location

Archives, The Learning Commons, 12F, Henry Sy Sr. Hall

Physical Description

84 leaves, 29 cm.

Keywords

Wiretapping--Law and legislation--Philippines

Embargo Period

5-6-2021

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