FINAL update for the night ... Malaysiakini spoke to bloggers and internet media editors about the "complaint" made to Fu Ak Kiow by some idiots in the mainstream media.
Noon updates .. Screenshots, the early-rising blogger, confirms the piece on the Blogging, Printing and Presses Act. Read it here.
And, no, Kalimullah Hassan DID NOT APOLOGISE for the untruth he wrote in his June 11 article.
Original post .. The government is studying the possibility of placing online media, including those damn bloggers, under the Printing and Presses Act?
If you have the Star's SMS alert, you would have gotten a newsflash on a statement made to this effect by a deputy minister at the two-day Media Conference at IOI Mariott, Putrajaya, that ended yesterday.
I'll wait for my copy of The Star for this piece of bad news.
And, of course, for a copy of the NST for the apology. Today's D-Day for Kalimullah Hassan to say sorry to Dr M and to you and I for the passages of untruth he wrote in his June 11 article that offended Malaysians and Malaysian journalism, and which contributed to the rift between the PM and the former PM.
By the way, it was Pak Lah who set the crooked article straight.
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