Do more to combat piracy issues, govt urged


PETALING JAYA: The authorities have not done enough to combat piracy issues, says the Malaysian Film Producers Association president Datuk Norman Abdul Halim.

“There should be a dedicated unit to look into infringement of copyright. Maybe the government should also make amendments to laws related to copyright,” he said.

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