Politics has reached fever pitch in Malaysia as the deadline for the next election grows ever closer. Opposition parties and protesters in Malaysia have issued Prime Minister Najib Razak with an ultimatum: clean up the electoral roll within a month, or face another mass rally. Ambiga Sreenevasan is Chair of the Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections, commonly known as Bersih. source australianetwork
Thursday, October 11, 2012
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The Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ) organised a public forum on
the newly introduced Section 114(a) of the Evidence Act 1950 which has a
huge impact on the average Internet user. The forum was held on 12 June
2012 (Tuesday) at KL Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall.
Source : cijmalaysia
- Foong Cheng Leong is the KL Bar IT committee co-chairman and member of the Bar Council Intellectual Property Committee. He regularly comments and writes on issues pertaining to social media and internet laws and the latest being "Grave Repercussions for Internet Users" published on LoyarBurok.com.
- Jac sm Kee is a feminist activist working on the area of internet rights, feminism and sexuality. She's the women's rights policy coordinator for the Association for Progressive Communications, and one of the directors of CIJ.
- Jeff Sandhu is producer for Tech Talk on BFM radio. Tech Talk is a technology segment dedicated to business owners, IT managers and the average user. This 30-minute segment from Mondays to Fridays has been on Malaysian airwaves for 3 years. Jeff comes from a multimedia design background, majoring in video and animation, and has worked in advertising and post-production.
- A. Asohan spent 20-plus years with The Star, Malaysia's No 1 English daily, mainly with the paper's technology pullout In.Tech and with its digital or online media operations. In 2010, he left to take over as the Senior Public Relations Manager at Microsoft Malaysia, but returned to journalism recently to form Digital News Asia, a technology news portal, with two others.
Sunday, July 29, 2012
Author, activist and thought leader Ronald Lewis (Twitter: @RonaldLewis) keynotes at the 2012 Colorado Libertarian State Convention on March 17, 2012 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Aurora, Colorado.
In this keynote, Ronald covers Washington's credibility problem, alternative currencies, natural rights and the future of government.
Leave your feedback about his keynote in the comments or email Ronald directly at http://ronaldlewis.com/contact
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