They say bail can be considered under the Criminal Procedure Code since the law under which the man was charged is silent on the matter.
Deputy public prosecutor Goh Ai Rene informs the Sessions Court that the prosecution does not wish to pursue the case against Abdul Muhaimin Mohd Muhayeddin.
He says it will enable ministry to increase speed and reduce prices of broadband, enhancing competition.
This after the prosecution withdraws the charges against Steven Gan and Premesh Chandran.
The communications and multimedia minister says some sections of the act are seen as 'very broad' and must be tightened.
Judge Abdul Karim Abdul Rahman says freedom of speech is not absolute and Parliament can impose restrictions on grounds of public order and morality.
Minister Azalina Othman says there's also a need to update and improve existing laws according to current technology and mass media development.
We need to end the cycle of silencing freedom of expression because somebody feels bad about how his face was portrayed as a clown's.
Fellow cartoonist Zunar thinks Fahmi has done nothing wrong, while Lawyers for Liberty executive director Eric Paulsen says the conviction is preposterous and the sentence harsh
Cyber Court rules that Najib Razak himself must confirm if he felt offended by Zaid's blog post.
Inspector-General of Police Fuzi Harun says he can't reveal more details on reports lodged against former minister over a tweet aimed at the Sultan of Selangor.
Activist Zunar says his cartoon showing 'chicken piggybanks' being broken was reported to police in August.
Article 19 says the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 is 'vague and sweeping' and in need of 'urgent reform'.
Sessions Court rejects her move to challenge the constitutionality of a provision in Communications and Multimedia Act and fixes trial from Feb 13.
The former de facto law minister had applied to determine the constitutionality of a criminal charge.
Rosmin Mohamed Noor has been charged with allegedly posting "an offensive and insulting comment against the IGP" on Facebook.
The group says the provisions under the Communications and Multimedia Act are too wide and include unnecessary and disproportionate sentences.
The use of CMA is excessive, ill-justified, and does not meet the necessary threshold for state sanction.