RMN launches campaign against social media abuse

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  • Tuesday, 10 Jan 2017

KUALA LUMPUR: The Royal Malaysia Navy (RMN) has gone to “war” with rumour mongers with its campaign to prevent abuses on social media.

Habitual offenders among navy personnel could face internal disciplinary action, says RMN chief Laksamana Tan Sri Ahmad Kama­rulzaman Ahmad Badaruddin.

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