CMCF website revamp by May


COMMUNICATIONS and Multimedia Content Forum of Malaysia (CMCF) is revamping its website ( to incorporate an e-complaints bureau and an e-content advisory centre. 

Chairman Prof Tony Lee said the revamp was expected to be completed by May. 

“A revamp is necessary so as to increase traffic to the site and meet the needs of the layman and of the industry in a more efficient way,” he told StarBiz on Saturday. 

He said, currently, the website was more for giving information. 

Soon, however, consumers and content developers may also use it to file complaints and to get advice on content development and other content-related issues. 

On the long journey to get the Content Code officially registered, Lee said a draft that he called “version five” was currently with the Energy, Communications & Multimedia Ministry and a White Paper would be developed for Cabinet approval. 

Asked whether Cabinet nod was necessary, he said: “Due to the persuasive and pervasive nature of content, all the parties involved, including the ministry and Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission (MCMC), feel strongly that the code should have Cabinet approval.” 

At present, CMCF has 36 ordinary members and one associate member. Lee called on content creators to join and participate actively in the forum to help grow the local content industry.  

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 1
Cxense type: free
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

Next In Business News

Political turmoil weighs on Bursa
As China's recovery wobbles, economists expect more policy easing
Thai holds key rate at record low amid COVID-19 surge
Sony posts Q1 profit jump on pandemic demand for devices and content
LBS Bina records property sales of RM684m as at end-July
Airline industry statistics confirm 2020 as worst year on record
Merchantrade Asia, NPCI offer real-time remittances to India
DNeX’s SilTerra bags RM1.69b long-term contract from China’s Chipone
Solarvest bags RM66m contract for solar PV plant in Perak
Political turmoil spurs selling on Bursa

Stories You'll Enjoy