Komunikasi dan Multimedia. 3. Undang-Undang Malaysia akta akta koMUnikasi dan MUltiMedia SuSunan SekSyen. BAHAGIAN I. MCMC is the regulator for the converging communications and multimedia industry in Malaysia. PADA menjalankan kuasa yang diberikan oleh perenggan 16(1)(c) dan seksyen Akta Komunikasi dan Multimedia [Akta ].

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He also recognised that a defamatory statement in a blog posting operated in a borderless realm, and would continue to exist until the maker of the blog removed it. Nothing is ever private on the Internet. Many politicians set up their own Twitter accounts to connect with the masses. He opines that as social networking and blogging activity is still relatively new, there is little legal precedent to follow and there are many issues yet to be tested in court.

But this also akfa that anyone can retrieve anything deleted from your website, including defamatory statements that had been removed. Some users think they can hide incognito behind the screen.

Communications and Multimedia Act – Wikipedia

First published on Digital News Asia on 16 August Muslim bin Ahmad was acquitted by the Sessions Court and Rutinin bin Suhaimin was discharged by the Sessions Court without his defense being called.

As mentioned earlier, what got many website owners into trouble is what their readers posted. Anything posted on the Internet will stay on the Internet.

Social media influence has hit court proceedings, with lawyers trolling blogs and Wikipedia in search of material that can help them argue the case for their clients. The acy of blogs, discussion groups, dxn more recently, social networking, have emboldened many — with the assumption that making comments from behind a screen shields them from any legal repercussion.


One example which a non-governmental organisation complained about was the case of pro-opposition cyber troopers uploading a photograph of a woman online last month accompanied by harsh and vulgar comments. What amounts to obscene, indecent, false, menacing or offensive in character is quite wide. It should multimmedia be much of a problem to website owners to reveal the identity, but sometimes the order goes a bit further than that.

People on social networking sites and blogs tend to say more than they do in real life, thinking they can do it anonymously. Another type of entry you should avoid is rumour-based entries.

Foong succinctly describes akts appropriate online behaviour with a biblical quotation — which is still as relevant today as it was 2, years after it was uttered. However, in the US, certain courts ban the use of social media by juries. In short, the dissemination of gruesome recording and images is not an offence under ss.

Section of the Penal Code makes it an offence to disseminate obscene material.

I thought it would be beneficial to set out a sample complaint for the benefit of other bloggers. Companies have had to seek legal advice on the available courses of action in restraining such action or in obtaining such names back.

Communications and Multimedia Act | Foong Cheng Leong – Part 2

The disclaimer can go along these lines: In combating such problems, Facebook gave trade mark owners the opportunity to register their rights to the komunikaasi before the launch of personalised username and URLs.


If they do not shout and curse in public, then their behaviour should remain the same online.

Nevertheless, the reliance on Wikipedia by our courts can be traced in reported cases as early as It is advisable not to repeat a rumour made by others, unless you can prove it. Unknown to the user, I happen multimeda know former and I alerted that celebrity.

The Communications and Multimedia Actin its current form 1 Januaryconsists of 11 Parts containing sections and 1 schedule including 1 amendment. Section of the CMA is similar to s. In this guideline, the Lord Chief Justice approved the use of Twitter for court reporting.

It can even put you in jail if it falls under criminal defamation.

Communications and Multimedia Act 1998

Furthermore, the so-called Internet Service Providers Liability Act may be passed to compel Internet service providers to take action against their users if they download songs or movies illegally. You can retrieve some of your lost documents from there. A day after that, the user deleted her account! This article does not cite any sources. Some do it for their own protection, and some do it so that they cannot be found. Steelcase Inc, N.

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