Efficient site blocking practices could help Malaysia better combat digital piracy

  • TECH
  • Sunday, 24 Feb 2019

Britain has stepped up to support legal streaming sites by allowing ISPs to quickly shut down illegal sites streaming EPL matches.

Battling digital piracy requires decisive and swift action by the authorities. 

In August last year, film producer Datuk Yusof Haslam released the horror film Munafik 2. While it was still showing in local cinemas, someone made an illegal recording, uploaded it online and shared the link on social media.  

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