Bloggers of Has been Arrested BY NBI

Bloggers from one of the most viewed blog in the net has been arrested by NBI ( source ) for questioning regarding the famous Hayden Kho Video, according to the news it was traced that the said blogs was the first one to upload the videos made by Hayden Kho, I don’t know if they are the first blogger that has been arrested in Philippines. All I know is that the news regarding Hayden Kho and hit the internet and lots of site tried to get a piece of that traffic.

I can say that It made some sites down for a mean time.

As a blogger we should also be very careful on what we are sharing in our blogs. We need to check the consequence of our action .  It might hit us back later.  We may earcn a few buck thru that traffic but it may drain in the future due to lawsuits that we might encounter. I am only a keyword hijacker and I don’t upload those kind of videos in my site :)  .  Check my archives and you will know what I mean.

Dexter Panganiban

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  1. 6

    Bad news for those bloggers. Their blog is so popular as shown in their statistics. But the bad karma is always there. Hmmmm. Perhaps their arrest will put them to fame and will increase their blog’s popularity and traffic. It’s still live right now.

  2. 8
    Knight of Zero

    This is just stupid.

    First, then fleshasiadaily, what next? APS? Or eventually every Pinoy-hosted site on the web?

    Here’s some news for those so-called officials:
    ever heard of Paris Hilton and

    The government really has nothing better to do than to snoop around other people’s bedrooms (re: Katrina Halili-Hayden Kho brouhaha) and please those self-righteous moralists (no angels themselves).
    We are slowly turning into one of those Middle Eastern nations who cannot even open Flickr on their browsers,where every movie screened is censored.
    No wonder Steven Spielberg did not screen “Schindler’s List” in the Philippines.

    In the words of Pink Floyd, “We don’t need no
    thought control!!” Parental control software should be enough. Bunch of dumbasses. :p

    Come on, bring on the heat.

    • 9
      Dexter Panganiban

      @Knight of Zero,

      Well actually government will not look at it if there were nobody seeking for justice ( for their own failures ) . Fleshasiadaily has been existing in the web for a long time and nobody from the government seems to notice them… ( or they might not know that it is filipino own ) … I still believe that we as blogger should also take into consideration the consequence that we are going to do.. Yes we have freedom of speech but I don’t agree of using freedom of speech if it will cost the downfall of others.

  3. 10

    Too bad for the bloggers at but I think it is really their own fault for what has happened to them. i heard that they are really the first ones to upload the video and they even put their site URL as watermark over the videos.

  4. 14

    @sir Dex,
    I’m a fan of (though I’m not sure if the boybastos in the MIRC chat are the same :)) I know some pinoy bloggers are still cashing on the same scandal, but most of them are just wrote about it and there’s no link or downloadable items on there site, so I think those bloggers need not to worry.

    btw, most of the traffic are from mid east. 🙂

  5. 17

    bloggers should not really post something illegal, they thought they’re really anonymous but i already knew their true identity more than a year ago. btw, my link is now working. sorry, i don’t put too much time on my pathetic blog unlike my main one

  6. 19
    Bryan Karl

    Kawawa naman. Kelangan lang talagang mag-ingat especially to issues that concern the whole country and the law enforcers.

  7. 21
    Jhelo Cruz

    FAD bloggers would really be the suspects since the controversial HK-KH Video Scandal has their watermark. 😀

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