Before anyone overreacts, keep in mind that this is being challenged. Multiple petitioners have filed against it: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story/276301/scitech/technology/petitioners-seek-tro-vs-cybercrime-prevention-act http://www.manilatimes.net/index.php/news/top-stories/32459-more-petitions-vs-cybercrime-law-filed).
Also, the country's journalism community was part of that filing: http://www.sunstar.com.ph/breaking-news/2012/10/03/journalists-rights-center-file-opposition-cybercrime-law-246154
Some legislators have voiced concerns about it: http://www.sunstar.com.ph/davao/local-news/2012/10/03/davao-lawyers-want-cybercrime-law-reviewed-246097 http://www.sunstar.com.ph/cebu/local-news/2012/10/02/cebuano-legislators-back-calls-amend-cybercrime-law-245887
And if they're on the ball, the nation's version of the ACLU - the Civil Liberties Union of the Philippines - will be weighing in soon. The point is that this is not a done deal yet. There's no question that it's an ugly blow, but very few citizens trust the Filipino government with sweeping powers. The only question is what the protesters/challengers endurance is in fighting it.
The lesson is that instead of claiming political left or right paradigms as being superior in textbook production, people should care about accuracy and effectiveness in imparting lessons. The accuracy of a text and it's ability to to impart math concepts is measurable in ways objective and separate from any political stances the system producing it may have: Either the student knows his/her multiplication and division to his integrals and differentials, or he/she doesn't. There's no politics in mathematics anyway, nor should there be; there's only the study of quantities and what the application of those studies does to aid our understanding of the universe. There's no left/right dogma to it; that's a non-mathematical imposition.
On top of all that, you can find plenty of lower socialist countries on the national mathematics rankings.
The correct solution is to provide more correct and better written textbooks. Not simply presume that left-wing education models will be better. You're providing zero evidence for that, as well as an unsupported assertion that capitalism does not deliver good education. The extensive alumni base of universities - most notably private universities, such as Harvard, Yale, and Notre Dame - give lie to that statement. On top of that, anyone trying to use the Soviet model as an example of exemplary science and education had better stare Lysenkoism in the face, or they're not paying attention to the actual evidence provided by history.
Crack?? Hell yeah! I always brute force ROT13!
When you got all this CPU power, why not?
What ever you want is going to cost a little more than it is worth. -- The Second Law Of Thermodynamics