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Cyber court is not the solution

Malaysia is mulling the creation of a cyber court to deal with the problem of bloggers who post content that may be deemed seditious.Prosecuting bloggers is not the solution.
Written by Edwin Yapp on

Malaysia is mulling the creation of a cyber court to deal with the problem of bloggers who post content that may be deemed seditious.

Prosecuting bloggers is not the solution. If they start arresting and convicting bloggers who post "undesirable" content, pretty soon those who want to do so will simply go anonymous. What can the cyber court do then?

Malaysia has gotten it right so far in not censoring the Internet. It should keep up with that policy, which makes it one of the more progressive countries, when it comes to the Internet, in this part of the world (Asia).

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