Mynic Bhd, which provides domain services for .my, says some sites would take more time to be restored as the servers clear their cache.
Users complain on Twitter that the registrar, MyNIC, had only reported the problem 12 hours later.
A group of them lodge police report urging authorities to probe where the money recovered went to and how ABN obtained its licence.
It is normal for an incoming administration to replace some of those seen to have sided with the earlier administration and so the guessing game has begun: Who’s next?
The minister says they might not be able to complete the paperwork when Dewan Rakyat sits on June 25.
Communications minister says investigations into bot attacks and blocks on news sites will be carried out, and calls for proposals on amending the communications law.
Lawyers for Liberty urges new communications minister Gobind Singh to investigate MCMC's past misdeeds under the BN government.
The regulator says ban was lifted as 1MDB report has been made public.
Asia Sentinel, Medium and Sarawak Report, which were barred after carrying critical news related to 1MDB, are available again for viewing in Malaysia.
Seorang petugas SKMM berkata pemeriksaan itu melibatkan semua kenderaan warga kerja dan pelawat yang keluar dari bangunan tersebut.
Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission says such 'attacks' could affect telcos, causing major inconvenience to the public.
Lawyers for Liberty’s Eric Paulsen says the act can be easily abused to target the opposition and must be abolished completely.
Lawyers for Liberty chief Eric Paulsen says MCMC sending unsolicited messages to mobile phone users is an abuse of its power as regulator.
Many mobile phone subscribers are puzzled after receiving a text message from a sender listed as 'MCMC'.
Communications minister Salleh Said Keruak says bots can be used anonymously by anybody and his ministry will respond to complaints.
Lawyers for Liberty says people being investigated over postings of a political nature need not provide authorities access to their social media accounts.
The minister says the power to determine if news is true or false would not have been given to the court if the law was only to help the government win GE14.
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission says it should not be held responsible for implementing orders from the minister.
MCMC official says with internet access available in rural areas, people need to be equipped with knowledge on ethical use of internet.
Communications and multimedia ministry says 54 cases were resolved, while 11 cases were brought to court for further action.
Deputy minister Jailani Johari identifies the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Economist, Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and MSNBC as publishing fake news about 1MDB since last week in lead up to GE14.
Despite exiled writer pulling stories on tycoon from his portal, statement from Kuok's office says baseless statements were made in a number of other articles.
Reporters Without Borders urges MPs to reject the bill, saying the new law could lead to more arrests of journalists and government critics before GE14.
Minister says social media users should be sensible and responsible enough to practise self-censorship.