New Malaysia internet law criticised
New Malaysia internet law criticisedA law targeting internet users in Malaysia is creating new concerns about freedom of expression. It will make owners of computers, forums or websites liable for whatever is published under their name. The government says the law will help to curb online abuse. But opposition groups say the government is trying exercise more control in cyberspace. Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett reports from Kuala Lumpur. Video News New Malaysia internet law criticised
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