MCMC denies issuing poster warning public not to use #SiBodohKauDengarSini


MCMC says it didn’t issue a poster warning the public not to use the hashtag #SiBodohKauDengarSini on Twitter. — YAP CHEE HONG/The Star

PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has denied issuing a poster warning the public not to use the hashtag #SiBodohKauDengarSini on Twitter.

MCMC in a statement today said the poster, which has gone viral on social media, contained misleading information on the punishment aspects and the Act to be used on those who ignore the alleged warning.

“MCMC will continue to take appropriate measures to stop the spread of false information,” it said. – Bernama

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