Foong Cheng Leong
Part 2 of the review of 2017 Cyberlaw cases sees Uber taken to court and an emoji making its debut appearance.
Over 50 cyber related cases files in 2017 in Kuala Lumpur High Court
The controversial Asian dating app has ruffled a few feathers recently but what is all the fuss really about?
Courts debate what constitutes evidence in cases involving cyber-crime and consider how far freedom of expression actually goes in the virtual world.
Malaysia’s first Cyber Court opens a new chapter in the country’s legal annals.
Broadband market disrupter, MyRepublic, aims to be the new type of telco Singapore needs, its CEO Malcolm Rodrigues says.
DNA continues its weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping to shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy, from Digerati50 Vol 2. This week's spotlight is on lawyer, Foong Cheng Leong, who believes the law will always play catch-up to tech.
If you’re wondering whether Uber and GrabCar services are legal in Malaysia, there is no express prohibition under the law to have software to connect users for rides on private cars, writes lawyer Foong Cheng Leong.
Netizens in Malaysia are having difficulty accessing a BBC story on Prime Minister Najib Razak being derided online for a comment on rising prices, raising fears that the Internet was being censored in the country.
Malaysia’s ruling coalition, the Barisan Nasional, bulldozed and bullied its way into passing a raft of legislations last week, sending a very clear message to the people it is supposedly sworn to protect and serve: Be afraid. Be very afraid.