Well, you would have learned the differences if you attended the talk on “Bloggers’ Rights and Responsibilities & the other legal issues on the use of Social Media in Brunei Darussalam” which was conducted by the AGC this afternoon. For those who missed it, the slides from the talk will be available online soon. Stay tuned 🙂
From Brunei Times:
IN THE last few years, Bruneians have taken to blogs to showcase their pictures, express their opinions and share their insights on daily life in Brunei. Setting up a blog and writing a blog post takes mere minutes, but the consequences of a biased or even a badly written blog post can easily ruin a blogger’s reputation or even see them slapped with a lawsuit in the process. Read more…
Open mic day at the AGC 😀
Rahayu giving us a rundown on the Internet Code of Practice
Me ole colleague from MIPR 🙂
Sedition Act… Heavy stuff…
Under the Sedition Act (Cap 24), a seditious intention is an intention to:
- bring into hatred or contempt or to excite disaffection against ‘His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam or the government;
- to excite the country’s inhabitants to attempt to procure the alteration, otherwise than by lawful means, of any other matter in Brunei as by law established;
- to bring into hatred or contempt or to excite disaffection against the administration of justice in the Sultanate;
- to raise discontent or disaffection amongst the local inhabitants,
- to promote feeling of and hostility between different classes of the population,
- to directly or indirectly lower or adversely affect, or bring into derogation, the rights, status, position, discretion, powers, privileges, sovereignty or prerogatives of His Majesty, successors, consorts, or other members of the royal family.
Smile ladies 😉
Tiger, you smell someting is it?
Gangsta not happy with some of the laws?
Be careful what you post on the internet aaaa…
Shahiran asking a rather thorny question 🙂
Zul asking a question about Cyber-bullying