Author: Foong Cheng Leong
2014 fatwa directing MCMC to block certain sites, deemed not contravening law Movement Control Order to generate more cyber & IT related disputes in the Court Legality of online contracts
Launch of Lexscout.com for public to search unreported Court judgments & lawsuits Emergence of new businesses in digital economy sees new rules, regulations, Court cases
In 2018, a cryptocurrency trader was sued by two cryptocurrency-exchange related providers for the return of Bitcoins mistakenly transferred to him.
Commercial crime has not been spared by the cyber world as cases involving e-commerce and the hospitality sector show.
Offences in the cyber world are proliferating as Courts deal with online scams, sedition, sex bloggers and naughty e-hailing drivers.
The speed and reach of the internet, along with its ease of use has seen a rise in defamatory online postings that went viral.
Bread & Kaya: 2018 Malaysia Cyber-law and IT Cases - Fake news, private information & instant messaging
As the internet reaches further and deeper into our lives, the country’s legal eagles have stepped in to deal with a slew of cyber- and IT-related offences.
Chatime’s public spat, an intellectual property dispute over the intangible rights of the franchise system, is the focus of Foong Cheng Leong’s column this month.
Bread & Kaya: Dear Attorney General Tommy Thomas, we need to speak about our Malaysia cyberlaw and IT laws reforms
Foong Cheng Leong reminds the Malaysian AG that there are a number of cyber and IT laws that need his urgent attention.
Bread & Kaya: 2017 Cyberlaw cases Pt3 – sexual offences against children and computer crimes.