Mara told off over plan to give child porn convict second chance


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  • Thursday, 07 May 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Offering the Mara-sponsored student who was found with 30,000 child pornography material a “second chance” to study is unacceptable, unfair and appalling, say activists.

They said Mara had taken tougher action on its students locally for far smaller offences and there was no need for double standards in this case.

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