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 A court orders released for Facebook and YouTube to disclose computer data against a Facebook and YouTube account named 'Usapang Diskarte.' 

The PNP's Anti-Cybercrime Group and Women and Children Cybercrime Protection Unit said, they have requested Facebook and YouTube to preserve the data of the accounts to avoid losing the needed information necessary for the filing of a case against the owner of the said social media page and YouTube channel.

The warrants were issued on July 20 and 28 and endorsed to the Department of Justice Office on Cybercrime (DOJ-OOC) for implementation pursuant to the rule on cybercrime warrants issued by supreme court.

"After we forward this, we will wait for the data to be transmitted to us. This can include thousands of images, information on the account owner as well as their subscribers, chat logs, and other information," Police Lieutenant Colonel Irene Cena of the PNP Women and Children Cybercrime Protection Unit said.

Usapang Diskarte went viral in July after it was exposed publishing content promoting sexual abuse and the exploitation of children, including tips on grooming and luring minors.

The PNP claimed that the account had more than 250,000 subscribers after it was taken down.

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