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More internet policing in store for Malaysia

More internet policing in store for Malaysia

The police will be setting up a Cyber Investigation Response Center to be more proactive in curbing “misuse of the internet”. Whilst social media content about the missing MH370 may be the impetus for the police’s plans, the implications for net users will go beyond how social media has been responding to the mystery and tragedy of the Malaysia Airlines plane.

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How to respond to fatal shootings

How to respond to fatal shootings

Step 1: Blame the victims “The sixth ship, the largest, which had hundreds of people on it, not only did not co-operate in this effort [to search the cargo] peacefully, they deliberately attacked the first soldiers that came on the ship. “[The soldiers] were mobbed. They were clubbed, they were beaten, stabbed. There was even […]

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Police can kill in defence

Police can kill in defence

PETALING JAYA, 26 May 2010: Police officers are entitled to kill or injure innocent persons as long as they genuinely believe lives are in danger, said the Home Ministry. Click thumbnail to read ministry’s letterIn a letter to The Nut Graph dated 17 May 2010, the ministry said: “Although police officers’ actions may result in […]

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IGP: Confusing suspects and witnesses?

IGP: Confusing suspects and witnesses?

“If that is the case, then those who want to lodge police reports after office hours can see Karpal.” INSPECTOR-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan‘s retort to lawyer Karpal Singh, who said the police should stop interrogating witnesses after office hours following the High Court’s decision on 19 Nov that the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission […]

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Musa Hassan is IGP for another year

PUTRAJAYA, 3 Sept 2009: Tan Sri Musa Hassan’s contract as the Inspector-General of Police has been extended by a year from 13 Sept 2009, Home Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Mahmood Adam said. In a statement, Mahmood said the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, on the advice of the prime minister and with endorsement from the Home Minister-headed […]

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Will the police respect opposition?

Will the police respect opposition?

A PRIMARY principle of democratic government that can and should be imported into the Muslim ummah is self-regulation by means of dialogue with opposition and political parties. Political opposition, accomplished through the right channel and by reasonable means, is not the same as “sedition”. Therefore, blogs and other forms of detraction from majority party views […]

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