Accoding today The star , Police reports will be a form of control against bloggers who post seditious, malicious and defamatory articles on the Internet.
Apart from the police reports, Dr Lim said that the Government, through the MCMC and Mimos, had been monitoring certain websites to ensure that they did not cross the line.
He advised people not to abuse the Government’s decision to leave the Internet uncensored.
On Tuesday, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi warned that those spreading untruths and slander on the Internet would face the law.
In Kuala Lumpur Deputy Internal Security Minister Datuk Fu Ah Kiow said some bloggers should be more sensitive of the items they post on websites.
He said there should be some self-censorship of articles so as not to offend any group or religion or cause disharmony.
In the case of blogger Jeff Ooi whom he said had misreported him, Fu said Ooi should get his facts right in his website.
He said Malaysiakini was another example of a website which had misreported the spraying incident involving Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in Kota Baru.
oh what is that? must careful in the future... but as long as i do not publich any sensitive issues, as long as i post those issues related to the public interest, i dont see i post any threat to the "important people" out there... if the "important people" think that blogger can post threat to their "stability" in their current position, their home sweet home, then better prepare yourselve not to betray to the Rakyat!!! or else, what the heck for i pay my tax money to support those loss-money-GLC, corrupted official, "close-one-eye", what ever so called Development Projects ...