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COMMENT | Do we really need a social media licensing law?

COMMENT | The government’s proposed licensing enforcement for social media service providers, as articulated by Deputy Communications Minister Teo Nie Ching, ostensibly aims to address the proliferation of harmful content on social media and internet messaging platforms.

These regulatory measures are to enhance online safety and ensure content complies with national laws.

This initiative underscores Malaysia’s proactive stance in enhancing online safety, combating harmful content, and ensuring digital spaces comply with its laws.

Such regulatory measures are increasingly recognised globally as essential in safeguarding the public and maintaining the integrity of digital ecosystems.

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