Starbucks & McDonalds Contravene Malaysian Evidence Act

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Starbucks & McDonalds Contravene Malaysian Evidence Act

Starbucks & McDonalds Contravene Malaysian Evidence Act

Thursday, June 7, 2012
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In the first place, should comments by other people even begin to be your responsibility?

You are now directly responsible for content that is generated from your personal device – when such devices can be borrowed by family/friends/colleagues or worse, stolen.  Even if all you do is allow a friend to use your wifi network, you are deemed liable for postings that your friend makes.

 

Continuing the “logic” expounded by this argument will surely lead to the arrests of the people responsible for the free wifi services at outlets like Starbucks and McDonalds.
 
What about the complications that arise from social media sites like Facebook and Twitter?
 
With Facebook, people don’t need your permission to post on your wall. How many of you are agreeable to monitor your accounts 24/7 to delete offensive posts? Then again, what exactly constitutes an offensive post? Who decides on this?

 

Read more HERE.