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The 2 Must Know MCMC Laws that Regulate the Contents in Your Blog or Website

October 27th, 2009 · 9 Comments

Few weeks ago, I received a call from a lady (very well educated) who wanted to buy the Blogging & Law DVD from my company. Since I will be around in PJ (she lives there as well) the next day, as such, I suggested to pass a copy of her ordered DVD to her personally. […]

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Tags: Internet Law · Malaysian Cyber Law

Can A Web Developer/Hosting Company Be Liable For Defamatory Remarks On His Client’s Website?

September 16th, 2009 · 2 Comments

(Image source: 123rf.com) As mentioned in my previous post – Can A Webmaster Disclose The Perosnal Information Of His Member to 3rd Party?, a webmaster may be sued as co-defendent in a defamation suit for publishing the defamatory statement online. It is interesting to look at the fact and decision of a recent Malaysian case […]

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Tags: -==Legal Tips==- · Internet Law · Malaysian Cyber Law

Can A Webmaster Disclose The Perosnal Information Of His Member to 3rd Party?

September 10th, 2009 · 4 Comments

(Image source: 123rf.com) If you are a webmaster (e.g. forum owner, portal owner or even a blogger) and one of your members/readers (“Mr A”) has made a defamatory statement or remark against someone (“Mr B”) at your forum / website / blog. Consequently, you received a letter from Mr B’s lawyer requesting you to furnish […]

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Tags: -==Legal Tips==- · Internet Law · Malaysian Cyber Law

Data Protection Lecture

August 15th, 2009 · No Comments

I was invited by the Dean of Law faculty of University of Malaya, Prof Abu Bakar Munir, to attend his recent public letcure entitled “Data Protection Law: Too Little, Too Late” on last Tuesday 4 August 2009. Professor Abu Bakar Munir and I He started his lecture by qouting the lyric from one of the […]

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Tags: Internet Law · Malaysian Cyber Law · Malaysian Law News

How To Make Complaint Against Your Telecommunication Providers

August 1st, 2009 · 2 Comments

(image source: 123fr.com) If you are not happy with the internet speed provided by Streamyx or P1, if you are not happy with the call rate that Maxis or Celcom charge you, or your letter was not properly handled by Pos Malaysia or Fedex, what can you do apart from complaining to these providers? You […]

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Tags: -==Legal Tips==- · Consumer's Rights · Internet Law · Malaysian Cyber Law

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