Muhammad Shafee Abdullah says this is hampering the legal team from preparing the ex-prime minister's defence in the SRC case.
The Port Dickson MP repeats calls for better safeguards against cyber attacks.
The US-based social media giant says it has removed hundreds of accounts, pages and groups for links to Myanmar's military, or misrepresentation, since last August.
Facebook has been under fire for the last two years for its sluggishness in combating extremist content and propaganda operations.
WeChat is cutting limits on official accounts - akin to verified Twitter accounts through which individuals and companies share news and information - to just one per person and two per company.
While the company said it was able to thwart false information on its main social network, it’s had more trouble controlling misbehaviour on WhatsApp, which is encrypted and virtually impossible to monitor.
The breach is the latest privacy embarrassment for Facebook, which earlier this year acknowledged that tens of millions of users had personal data hijacked by Cambridge Analytica, a political firm working for Donald Trump in 2016.
The leading social network said it learned this week that hackers exploited a trio of software flaws to steal "access tokens."
Alphabet Inc.’s Google concluded that the manipulation efforts began as early as January 2017.
The companies have been taking steps such as deleting user accounts, introducing updates and actively monitoring content to help users avoid being a victim of fake content.
SUPP president Dr Sim Kui Hian says its headquarters' account has been frozen for a three-month period for MACC investigations.
Philadelphia 76ers president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo has denied ownership of four Twitter accounts in which 76ers players and coaches were vehemently criticised.
Facebook axed 583 million fake accounts in the first three months of 2018, the social media giant said Tuesday, detailing how it enforces "community standards" against sexual or violent images, terrorist propaganda or hate speech.
Hackers stole US$81 million of Bangladesh Bank's money held at the New York Fed and sent it to Rizal Commercial Banking Corp.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia has been forced to reveal it lost the records of almost 20 million accounts and decided not to inform its customers, another blow to an institution already reeling from multiple scandals.
Communications and multimedia ministry says 54 cases were resolved, while 11 cases were brought to court for further action.
WeChat's worldwide accounts have crossed the one billion mark, increasing in popularity everyday
The accounts were frozen because of US sanctions on FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov.
Former DPM wants to know how much the state investment fund still owed.
Tunku Ismail wants workers who can contribute and give him sound suggestions to improve standard of football in country.
DAP's Yeo Bee Yin says the prime minister's aide has 'selective amnesia'. The latter retaliates by calling Yeo a 'wooden post'.
The former law minister says he needs information in support of suit in another case against Najib, his stepson Riza Aziz, 1MDB and the Malaysian government.
As it is a federal agency, the National Audit Department goes through its accounts, says Rosmah Mansor's aide.
This follows the action by the US Department of Justice to file a civil forfeiture complaint against certain entities and individuals.