The two alternatives that I have come up so far are: 1) to make the provisions in ICT-related laws to be open-ended or malleable enough to accommodate foreseeable changes in technology, and 2) to delegate the functions of determining the specific technical details of implementing the law to a competent authority. These two alternatives not only allow flexibility of the laws in the days ahead, but also consistency in the authority of their implementation. By keeping them in mind, I fairly state that the future ICT-related laws will not only be responsible. They will also be more agreeable to the stakeholders concerned.
-Michelle P. M. Sabitsana