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Rosmah: Use internet wisely

PUTRAJAYA, 4 Aug 2009: The prime minister’s wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, today urged internet users to wisely screen information in cyberspace, and not be easily influenced with defamatory and seditious messages.

She said this was because of the current trend where technological advancement was used to disseminate such messages.

“The advancement in information technology should be used properly and wisely,” she said when launching her website,, today.

Rosmah said her website was set up to provide an opportunity for the public to know her, as well as follow her activities and understand her role as the prime minister’s wife.

“The website will be upgraded from time to time by adding new applications, like interactive and feedback [applications], if there is such a request,” she added.

The website contains, among others, Rosmah’s biodata, her diary, text of her speeches, and news, pictures, videos and newspaper clippings about her activities. Through this website, visitors can also access the websites of organisations Rosmah is involved in.

These include the Wives of Ministers and Deputy Ministers Welfare Organisation (Bakti), Permata Negara, Permata Pintar, Yayasan Pembangunan Anak-anak Yatim dan Miskin  (Pemangkin), National Aids Foundation and Universiti Industri Selangor (Unisel). — Bernama

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4 Responses to “Rosmah: Use internet wisely”

  1. An outraged malaysian says:

    Nonsense! […]

  2. Real Malaysian Citizen says:

    Rosmah a.k.a First Lady, go sue RPK for defaming you. Clear your good name. Please do it in the International Court ok? When you win the case, I will personally send you my regards and apologies.

  3. Karcy says:

    Use Internet Wisely. Sokong Nut Graph.

  4. Pratamad says:

    Malaysia never had an official role and position of a First Lady, therefore using to run one Datin Rosmah’s website is an abuse of public resources. (We already have Raja Permaisuri Agong, mind you.) MACC should pursue this.

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