Tag: free speech
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.
Education minister reminds public universities to open up space for intellectual discourse after activist Hishamuddin Rais is barred from speaking at UKM last night.
The South Asian nation's parliament passed the Digital Security Act on Sept 19, combining the colonial-era Official Secrets Act with tough new provisions.
The communications and multimedia minister says some sections of the act are seen as 'very broad' and must be tightened.
The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs accused the Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong, of abusing the former British colony’s right to free speech by giving the activist a platform.
Democracy advocates have bristled against China's attempts to tighten control over the city and to limit its freedoms and democratic reforms.
Chow Kon Yeow says people are free to hold demonstrations on the issue of Deputy Chief Minister II Prof P Ramasamy but they must also respect the right of the other party to speak.
Activist facing sedition action says she feels betrayed by Anwar, and reminds Pakatan Harapan that the people need to know they have a right to be critical even of matters considered "taboo".
Human rights campaigner calls for breaking up communications act to keep industry regulation apart from cybercrime, security and freedom of expression.
Reform group demands immediate action and calls for action to be taken as soon as Parliament is called into session.
Before victory at the polls, PH promised not to target people who express their views peacefully, but clearly, the coalition has gone back on its promise.
The former editor is under investigation following 30 complaints in response to an article about the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
PAS deputy president Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man agrees with the need for press freedom, but says it cannot be absolute.
The commission’s chairman Razali Ismail reminds the police that the Pakatan Harapan government has promised to abolish oppressive laws like the Sedition Act.