Khairil Yusof

Malaysian Govt spyware use unconstitutional, call for action
The news that the Malaysian Government uses spyware developed by a Milan-based company called Hacking Team has got an Internet rights organisation calling for an independent probe, while a lawyer pointed out that such use on citizens is unconstitutional.
(DNA Top 10 in 2014) Net censorship: BBC story on kangkung fiasco blocked?
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.
Week in Review: Leveraging public funds to raise private money
1337 Venture's Bikesh Lakhmichand did something Karamjit Singh has not seen any entrepreneur do before: Return funds to the Government … but not before leveraging it to raise private money.
Malaysia’s Sinar Project wins regional award, seeks to level up
Sinar Project, which uses open technology and applications to make information public and more accessible to the Malaysian people, won an ISIF Asia Award at the on-going Internet Governance Forum in Istanbul, reports Gabey Goh.
Our rights, online and offline
When we discuss 'Internet rights and freedoms,' we're not talking about any 'special rights' but merely those already accorded us by the Federal Constitution, writes A. Asohan.
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