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    Téma: MCMC executive councilor reveals they have blocked 5,044 sites

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      MCMC executive councilor reveals they have blocked 5,044 sites

      Between 2015 and October 2016, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) revealed that they have blocked 5,044 websites from our country’s information highway.

      If you’re wondering just how many of those are porn sites (you know you are), Sabah MCMC executive councilor Datuk Sapawi Hashim revealed that 4,277 were classified as “pornographic, obscene and seditious.”

      For lovers of popular smutty site Pornhub and its ilk, this will come as no surprise. What’s impressive though, is that even with the blocked sites, Malaysian women still managed to be among Pornhub’s biggest users, ranking 7th out of the top 10 countries, by gender.

      Malaysian women: presumably in tune with their sexuality, as well as astute users of proxy servers, VPN services and DNS adjustments.

      Datuk Sapawi went on to detail that the remaining banned sites contained elements of gambling, cheating and piracy (RIP Kickass Torrents).

      The information was revealed at a social media workshop themed “#Negaraku: The social media affair” that was held in Kota Kinabalu this week. He focused on the impact that the Internet has with users 15-40-years-old, who make up over 77% of Malaysia’s users. On average, this group has four separate social media accounts.

      Speaking of the current social media situation in Malaysia, he told listeners that there was growing concern that technology could create “social problems,” highlighting the spreading of fake news as one of the biggest issues, as well as cyber bullying. He added that the MCMC had taken the initiative of setting up www.sebenamya.my as a portal to check the validity of a news story.

      Great – because we have had enough of these stories trying to tell us a pigeon graduated from university with a degree in mathematics, or that a group of strippers were poisoned by their all-you-can-eat buffet. You know what they say, if it sounds too good to be true, then it probably isn’t.

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