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Average fixed broadband speed has gone up 3-fold in 17 months

The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission says the number of fixed broadband subscriptions, with speeds of more than 100 Mbps, has also grown eight times to 1.2 million subscribers.

Probe into viral sex video is top priority, says MCMC

MCMC chairman says the case is of national importance and his agency is working with the police to trace those behind the sex video clips.

NEC enters race to supply biometric digital ID system

The digital ID will be used for e-commerce as well as new financial payments such as e-purchases.

MCMC, cops to see whether cyberbullying laws need tightening

Minister Gobind Singh Deo says his ministry will amend laws if it becomes necessary following case of Sarawak girl killing herself after conducting Instagram poll.

Ramkarpal tells Gobind’s ministry to probe girl’s ‘Instagram suicide’

Abetting in attempted suicide may be an offence, says the DAP lawyer.

MCMC raids 2 places over non-certified communications tools

A cordless phone and UHF antenna were among items seized for causing interference with communications.

MCMC raids suspect’s home after FB allegations against royals, leaders

Officers also confiscated a laptop, modem, smartphone, SIM card and memory card.

MCMC blocks 400 websites with child sexual abuse content

This action was carried out with the help of police and Interpol.

Still trying to find who’s behind online insults of Agong

Inspector-General says account owner of the Facebook postings is not known, but says it's possible they might be foreigners.

Gobind: Police must explain lack of action on Internet offences

Communications minister says 'if there are laws, we must be ready to use them' and the public kept informed.

Broadband now cheaper by 49%, says MCMC

The commission claims cheaper broadband services led to more subscribers last year.

MCMC probes insulting image of Agong on Facebook

It is based on a report calling for immediate action.

MCMC siasat pihak hina Agong di media sosial

Pihak tidak bertanggungjawab memuat naik imej yang menghina Yang di-Pertuan Agong di laman Facebook semalam.

MCMC to show what 5G mobile tech can do

April 18 event to showcase 5G will also mark 20th anniversary of the Communications and Multimedia Act.

11 places raided over shared porn videos and SMS spam

Officers seize recordings of conversations, together with SIM cards, storage drives and laptop computers

Sekat salah guna media sosial, MCMC serbu 11 lokasi

Kebanyakan kesalahan yang dikesan menjurus kepada perbuatan menghantar kandungan bersifat lucah.

Duo probed for graft in RM30 mil project freed on bail

A third suspect also released on MACC bail yesterday.

We are watching you, cops warn those misusing social media

Police caution the public against making sensitive statements on social media.

Don’t share NZ killer’s shooting video, MCMC warns

The prohibition is to prevent undesirable incidents that can cause panic and outrage among the people.

MCMC denies it is closing internet centres nationwide

The commission says it has asked Nusuara Technologies Sdn Bhd and Celcom to explain the allegation.

MCMC may be empowered to remove fake news, racist posts from...

The proposed legislation is expected to be tabled in Parliament by July.

Julau MP’s dad denies involvement in Cambodia job scam

Sng Chee Hua lodged a report to refute allegations that he was behind the victimisation of 47 Malaysians jailed in Cambodia.

Hard to bar unauthorised sites on Android boxes, claims agent

Operators constantly change the domain and website names in order to keep the service active, says an agent.

After speech controversy, MCMC distances itself from XiddiG’s internet project

It says XiddiG was given a license under the Communications and Multimedia Act but it doesn't amount to an endorsement.