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Entries Tagged as 'Bloggers’ Rights'

Blogging and the Law: Where Should Bloggers Draw the Boundary with their Content?

August 31st, 2010 · No Comments

As stated in my previous post, I was invited to speak in the Asian Bloggers and Social Media Conference 2010 on 30 July 2010. I was the 1st speaker of Day 2 programme. I arrived around 8.15am and there were no delegates yet. As usual, it will be helpful for me to get a feel […]

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Tags: Bloggers' Rights · Blogging & I · Malaysian Cyber Law

1st Blogger Detained Under ISA Was Released

November 9th, 2008 · No Comments

  I received an email via facebook about Raja Petra being released by the court. This show that ISA is dacronian but is not almighty.   I would reproduce the content of the above mentioned email herein below for your perusal:   “Amnesty International welcomed the release today of Malaysia blogger Raja Petra but called on the government to stop using […]

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3rd Malaysian blogger being arrested under Seditious Act

September 29th, 2008 · No Comments

This article is contributed by eLawyer.com.my Following Raja Petra and Abdul Rashid Abu Bakar, the famous blogger Syed Azidi Syed Aziz, the owner of a web blog- Kickdefalla is the 3rd Malaysian blogger being arrested under the Sedition Act 1984. Syed is accused for inciting people to fly Malaysian national flag upside down as a […]

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Another Court Case Against Malaysian Blogger – Raja Petra

August 14th, 2008 · 2 Comments

This time Raja Petra is sued by a senior lawyer, Datuk Muhammad Shafee Abdullah, who went to court to apply for an ex parte injunction (ex parte means order of injunction given without (or exclude) the other party in another word only 1 party presence) to order Raja Petra as the editor of www.Malaysia-Today.net, to […]

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Another Malaysian blogger being arrested – Abdul Rashid Abu Bakar

August 13th, 2008 · 1 Comment

After Raja Petra, the 2nd blogger who was arrested under Seditions Act in Malaysia is Abdul Rashid Abu Bakar, whose blog is Penarik Beca (trishaw peddler). Abdul Rashid was arrested late in the evening on 7 August 2008 in his home. Based on the press realease from the Centre for Independent Journalism,  Abdul Rashid “was detained for publishing in […]

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