Urgent need to combat cybercrime


Participants listening attentively at the Penang MCPF townhall session at E&O Hotel in George Town.

A PROPOSAL will be made to the government to set up a cybercrime committee due to an alarming increase in such crimes this year, says the Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF).

Its senior vice-chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye said MCPF is in the midst of preparing the working paper which would be submitted in two weeks.

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