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THE Malaysian Government should come up with solutions to stop the spread of fake news, said Penang Chinese Town Hall (PCTH) chairman Datuk Khor Teng How.
PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Bar will continue voicing out its concerns over the continued use of oppressive laws, says Bar president George Varughese.
From LATHEEFA KOYA, Executive Director, Lawyers for Liberty.
Our Youth and Sports Minister wants to lead a generation of empowered young people, and he is not leaving anyone behind.
KUALA LUMPUR: The powers and duties of the Attorney General and Public Prosecutor can only be separated once the Government has two-thirds support of Parliament, says Mohamed Hanipa Maidin.
ALMOST every day, we get a series of messages from friends and family about a new robbery modus operandi or a flood that caused a massive traffic congestion or a photograph of rats in restaurants but just how many of those messages are true?
MELAKA: Staff of agencies under the Communications and Multimedia Ministry (KKMM) must always strive to do their best for the people, said its deputy minister Eddin Syazlee Shith.
I RECENTLY wrote about the Anti-Fake News Act and the Sedition Act. Some readers are asking why I have not been commenting on the country’s current issues, particularly regarding vessels of one type or another.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Anti-Fake News Act may be on its way out but one MP wants this to be applied against another politician.
KUALA LUMPUR: Julau MP Larry Sng Wei Shien wants the controversial anti-fake news law to be used against those spreading false news PKR's membership in Julau, Sarawak.