The care needed when writing anything about anyone in this country is shown by this case (where I am redacting or modifying all identifiable information): The Regional Trial Court (RTC) of ********* issued a warrant of arrest for ********* related to a cyber libel case filed against her/him The court order accused her/him of violating Sec 4 (c)(4) of Republic Act 10175 or the Cybercrime Prevention Act. It states, “the unlawful or prohibited acts of libel as defined in Article 355 of the Revised Penal Code, as amended, committed through a computer system or any other similar means which may be devised in the future.” [The accused] criticized one of the doctors at ********* Hospital, [doctor's name given], saying she did not show urgency in treating [the accused's] wife/husband. [The accused] also said the doctor did not update him/her on his/her condition. [The accused] repeatedly mentioned [the doctor's] name and flashed a photo of the doctor in her vlog. Netizens then accused [the accused] of “doctor shaming”. [The accused] since took down the video and apologized, saying, “I would like to apologize to Dr. ********* and the other medical staff for the hurt that my post and vlog has caused them.” But, as noted above, he/she is now accused of cyber libel.