Thursday, 12 March 2009

Police Have Re-Started Their Door-Knocking Campaign on Bloggers

  1. Today is 540 days since NURIN JAZLIN JAZIMIN , 8 years old, was found brutally murdered on 17 September 2007 . Read here for more.
    Her killer(s) is yet to be found by the police.

  2. SHARLINIE MOHD NASHAR age 5 went missing on January 9, 2008 in Taman Medan, Petaling Jaya. Yet to be found and solved by the police. It is now 429 days.

  3. ASMAWI JALALUDIN, age 11, went missing on March, 9,2008 at Flat Projek Perumahan Rakyat (PPR) Kerinchi, Kuala Lumpur. Yet to be found and to be solved by police It is now 369 days.

Have our police given up on finding the killer(s) of little Nurin and finding little Sharlinie and Asmawi, so that their resources, meanwhile can be targeted on....

  • Six bloggers to be hauled up in court tomorrow for insulting Perak Sultan Azlan Shah in blogs or through the posting of comments. Two individuals to be charged at the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court, one in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, one in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah and one in Butterworth, Penang, and

  • Two more bloggers scheduled to be charged in Kuala Terengganu on Sunday with a similar offence.

The police are expected to charge these bloggers under section 233 of the Multimedia and Communications Act 1998 for "unwise use of network or network services for making comments, demands, suggestions or communication which are vulgar, false, threatening or disturbing". Read here for more


Read here on The Aisehman Blog


"..It must be noted that Section 233(1) of the Communicatons and Multimedia Act is ridiculous in that it too broadly criminalises “unwise use of network or network services for making comments, demands, suggestions or communication which are vulgar, false, threatening or disturbing.”

If I get into an argument with someone in the office and I tell him to “go fuck yourself”, have I not engaged in communication that is vulgar?

More importantly, is there a law against this? I don’t think so.

But if I send him an e-mail with the header, “Go fuck yourself”, then it seems I am committing an offence under the Communications and Multimedia Act.

I have done the exact SAME thing — engage in communication that is vulgar — which in cyberspace is a crime, but outside of it, is NOT.

This is something that needs to be addressed.

AND check this out — if my wife sends me email to tell me that she’s gonna give me one hell of a blowjob the minute I get home, she is not only guilty of an offence under Section 233(1) of the Communications and Multimedia Act, she is also a mere zipper away from committing an offence under Section 377A of the Penal Code, which criminalises blowjobs.

Now, I find this extremely insulting.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Bloggers should be intelligent enough to give valuable suggestions and constructive criricism to instill sense AND not use blog to hurl vulgarity and letting loose of onself. This goes to tell of a persons natural character.