Tag: free speech
Commissioner says the league replied: 'There's no chance that's happening'.
Musa Hassan under fire after sharing an old parody news article from The Onion and refusing to back down.
They could have survived the general election outcome had they been independent and practised balanced news coverage.
Firm wants to stop broadcasting entire preseason in response to free speech row.
World leaders, including Malaysia's prime minister, were selective in their criticisms of nation-states at the recent UN General Assembly.
The New York Post says the university appears 'happy to host one kind of hate speech' while World Jewish Congress president Ronald Lauder calls for a halt to contributions to the institution.
A police report was lodged on Aug 29 to say that the comment could threaten national harmony.
With concerns growing about China's clout on Australian campuses, its education minister announces more intensive consultations between schools and government officials – including spy agencies.
The DAP leader comments on the growing tendencies of democracies to stop internet access as police impose a rare ban on Zakir Naik's speeches.
Despite his reservations about Zakir Naik's approach to Islamic propagation, a prominent Muslim community leader says claims of witch-hunt are real.
Suhakam commissioner says incitement to hatred cancels out the right to free speech.
Trump lambasts cryptocurrencies and demands companies to seek a banking charter and make themselves subject to US and global regulations.
Under the proposed changes, street protests are removed from the list of offences and shorter notice period provided for holding an assembly, and offenders may be be allowed to pay a compound fine instead of facing prosecution.
The prime minister accuses Europe of double standards.
Nang Mwe San argues that there are no specific restrictions on dress code in medical ethics.
The video giant last week suspended the ability of Crowder’s channel to make money from advertising.
The Turkish academic says free download of the Malay edition will allow Malaysians to make up their own minds.
Inspector-General says account owner of the Facebook postings is not known, but says it's possible they might be foreigners.
Communications minister says 'if there are laws, we must be ready to use them' and the public kept informed.
Thangyat was founded in order to serve as the people’s messengers to the government.
The statement came nearly a month after Swedish black metal group Watain's concert was banned in Singapore.
De facto law minister says government leaders must be ready to accept criticism, but says it should be done with decorum.
He says speeches should be based on fact, not slander.
Activists take the Pakatan Harapan administration to task for its reaction to criticism.