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Graphic artist fined RM20k for selling obscene cartoons

Yunus Hasyim was supplying obscene cartoons to clients who registered to surf his website for RM30.

Use only original phone chargers, says Energy Commission

It also advises against using handphones while they are being charged following recent electrocution of policeman’s wife.

PTPTN denies withdrawing money from student’s TH account

Following the incident, PTPTN has lodged a report with the police and MCMC to put a stop to this defamatory allegation.

Praise for RM50,000 fine for misleading ads

National Consumer Complaints Centre says misleading ads on electronic media are among the most common complaints it receives.

Sarawak wants more funds for road maintenance

Putrajaya urged to match or exceed state's allocation for road maintenance.

Gov’t considering move to register news portals, blogs

Bloggers and online news portals may face the same fate as their press publication counterparts, with sources saying laws may be amended to regulate them.

The Edge Media Group hit with losses of RM10mil from TMI

The Malaysian Insider's recent problems with the MCMC considerably complicated attempts by The Edge Media Group to sell off the news portal.

Lawyer has phone seized over FB comment

MCMC records statement from Kuala Terengganu lawyer on “false comment”.

Zahid confirms MCMC probing claim Israel is funding DAP

Deputy Prime Minister also explains the case has been classified as Refer to Other Agencies or RLA since the offence is under the jurisdiction of the MCMC.

PM must lead S’wak digital infrastructure expansion

It does not make economic sense for private firms to build communication towers in rural Sarawak, says Multimedia Development Corporation CEO.

Suaram slams MCMC for arbitrary blocking of TMI

Human rights group says affected parties, not government, should take action if TMI claims are false.

LKS slams ‘Umno lie’ about Guan Eng worth RM2.8bn

DAP veteran challenges action against TMI, says Najib closing one eye to false postings by Umno cybertroopers

Five TMI editors investigated under three acts

They were investigated for four hours at Bukit Aman police headquarters but were not informed which article they were being investigated for.

TMI ban: Govt afraid people will know the truth, says Dr...

Government's blocking of The Malaysian Insider shows its intent to stop all information except what they themselves wish to tell the people.

Pua urges gov’t to unblock access to The M’sian Insider

DAP national publicity secretary says MCMC’s intention is to frighten and threaten all news portals into compliance.

False online accounts in Pahang Sultan’s name

Five police reports lodged urging authorities to take action as the false accounts could be an insult to the royal institution.

Watch what you carry, MCMC warns news portals

Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission confirms The Malaysian Insider has had its access blocked for carrying unverified content.

The Malaysian Insider blocked by MCMC

Access to the online portal via Celcom, U Mobile and UniFI internet providers shows a notice by the ministry that the site was blocked.

Tiada lagi akses The Malaysian Insider

Paparan sekatan akses terhadap portal berkenaan menunjukkan ia melanggar undang-undang negara

MCMC receives 34 complaints on abuses of social media

Of these, 18 cases have been brought to court while 12 are still being investigated.

Fahmi Reza under police investigation

The human rights activist has been called to assist police investigations into the now viral #kitasemuapenghasut social media campaign.

MCMC urged to take action against Perak DAP chief

Sarawak assistant minister slams Nga, says online posting was a 'despicable and malicious act'.

NGOs want halt to gambling offers through handphones

MCMC and telcos asked to take proactive action to stop gambling syndicates from luring schoolchildren using short message services (SMS).

Fahmi’s spoof clown warning angers MCMC

Even if it's a parody, there's a limit to it, says spokesman for internet regulator