Jason Ong Khan Lee says critics of the Penang Transport Master Plan are being targeted.
Penampang MP claims attacks against Sabah government were launched after it offered to legalise foreign workers to meet acute shortage in oil palm estates.
The former minister says he is the latest victim of fake news, and asks if Putrajaya is serious about combating the problem.
Writer says PH’s second biggest mistake is to have to lay claim to these ignorant, hypocritical and cowardly cyberpoopers after the big mistake of embracing the infamous autocrat in Malaysian history.
Watan's Liyana Yusof says politicians should not be fixated so much on the medium but on how they are engaging voters, especially youths.
Zahid Hamidi says opposition cybertroopers are highly skilled and must be countered effectively by Umno and BN cybertroopers, in launching the Umno Sabah IT Bureau.
He says he himself has been the target of many accusations and if all were charged, it would make a very long list.
DAP elder says he didn't even know who Rihanna was when he first saw the banners and laments that those behind it, are trying to distract the people from the 'real issues'.
Umno cybertroopers in 191 divisions should always hold to the principle of ‘fighting with facts, not with slander’ when denying allegations, he says.
Ahmad Zahid Hamidi also calls on Umno cybertroopers to come up with a strategy to counter online attacks against the Umno president.
Let's get back to intelligent discussions of current issues.
Prime Minister Najib Razak says netizens must differentiate between truths and half truths before forming their own judgement.
Eric Paulsen says our IGP should display more professionalism and respect the people’s right to “legitimate dissent”.
For the past two weeks there have been relentless attacks against Nga and his alleged involvement in a logging contract.
Shabery Cheek says ‘I don't know’, then denies Umno ever paid cybertroopers and bloggers to aid their online campaign.
Puteri Umno has formed a ‘cyber commando’ unit to attack online propaganda they claim spread lies about their party, race and religion.
If BN thinks it can mislead the rakyat by tricking them into believing the Red Bean Army is the real threat back home, it is mistaken.
According to the Home Ministry, opposition cybertroopers are taking advantage of the social media and posting propaganda which is harmful to national security.
The government has been urged to take action against the DAP's Red Bean Army for spreading lies and rumours.
A coalition of NGOs submitted a memorandum to the Cabinet to initiate a Royal Commission of Inquiry on the alleged opposition-funded group of cybertroopers.
'The young started thinking: This is our country. We can't just leave it to the old guard. Maybe we know better.'
Minutes after Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim ended a live chat with the public on Google, hackers posted a message on his blog with an apology to Najib Tun Razak about his 'transgressions'