Malaysian censorship Controversy And Humor
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In Malaysia a screening of the film was raided by some 30 members of the Malaysian Censorship Board and police officers and an organizer, Lena Hendry of the Malaysian human rights organization Pusat Komas, was charged under censorship laws. She faces a maximum of three years in jail if convicted.
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Wealthy individuals and businesses have the option of purchasing a VPN, or (Virtual Private Network), to gain unadulterated and uncensored access to the Internet. The advent of an Internet filter that blocks content causing damage to the public view or general morale is a wise move by Malaysian officials. As of the present moment, there are no restrictions on Internet access for the general public. But, if such a content filter is installed, there remains the problem of sites accidentally being blocked for no reason. A content filter is no match for the human mind, and there are bound to be pages filtered out that are not in violation of Malaysian censorship efforts.The revelation of the Indian ban follows what appears to be a concerted campaign by the Sri Lankan government to pressurize foreign governments to stop the film being seen. In Malaysia a screening of the film was raided by between 30 and 40 members of the Malaysian Censorship Board and police officers and an organizer, Lena Hendry of Malaysian Human Rights organisation Pusat Komas, was charged under censorship laws. She faces a maximum of three years in jail if convicted.A. I won't self-censor myself in order to come to terms with the censorship in Malaysia, or else the people working behind the censorship board will be out of job. Malaysian censorship is so unpredictable sometimes it creates better comedy than the Farrelly brothers. In the first place, there are no proper rules or system in Malaysia. Sometimes, violence like blood-splashing-limps-chopping war visuals are passed without a single snip but a Chinese guy greeting 'As-salaam alaykum' (Peace be with you) is beeped. God saves our children. First, my . Then I have to pay more delivery charges to get it . Now, I get a call from FedEx telling me that my DVDs require an LPF permit from the Malaysian Censorship Office before customs will clear my DVDs. While the parcel arrived in Malaysia very quickly after being sent by FedEx, I have no idea how long it’s going to take to apply for an LPF permit or how difficult it’s going to be. Since the Censorship Office is in Putrajaya, I’m not sure I relish the thought of having to go through this process. I don’t suppose they’ll let me do all this by remote?