Malaysians should be very concerned with the increased cases of Internet censorship by the Government in recent months, signalling worse days ahead for freedom of expression and information in the country, CIJ warns.
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Singaporeans go to the polls today better informed than ever, thanks to the Internet and messaging apps, says Karamjit Singh, who also is excited to welcome AM-Met-Life Insurance CEO Ramzi Toubassy the What’s Next conference.
Today, Singaporeans go to the polls for the 17th time, and the 12th since Independence in 1965. Benjamin Cher looks at what role technology is playing in the island-republic’s political landscape.
As we conclude a regional conference discussing challenges to media and Internet freedom around Asia, we recognise and express solidarity with the ongoing movement in Malaysia for the repeal of the Sedition Act: The organisers of the Regional Conference on Media and Internet Freedom.
In light of upcoming elections in South-East Asia and the recent commotion about alleged irregularities in Indonesia’s presidential elections this year, it is worth considering making online voting and e-voting a larger part of the political process, said security specialist McAfee.
Malaysia ranked a respectable No 37 in the annual Web Index which looks at how the Web empowers people and delivers socio-economic impact , but fared poorly in terms of whether it offered ‘free and open’ access.