Foong Cheng Leong
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Victory for management corporation against AirBnB operators Service of Court documents for Facebook Inc to Facebook Malaysia good enough says High Court
Pandemic response by Malaysian judiciary sees it embracing virtual Need for counsel, litigants, witnesses to travel for hearings getting less
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.