PM: Tighter laws to deal with 'unfair' netizens

Koh Jun Lin

Modified 3 Aug 2015, 1:58 am

The embattled Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak has once again hinted at looming changes to laws regulating the Internet.

In a speech today, he bemoaned that he was a victim of "trial by social media" and claimed that netizens hold him to different standards compared to opposition leaders.

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