Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Lucah

Perdana menteri hari ini menjawab pertanyaan ahli parlimen Seputeh, Teresa Kok, berhubung 39 laman web dan blog yang dilarang diakses oleh kakitangan awam di pejabat-pejabat kerajaan.

Sama ada sedar atau tidak, laman web The Star hari ini menerbitkan semua senarai laman web dan blog tersebut.

Semakan mendapati beberapa blog tersebut masih boleh diakses dan memuatkan bahan-bahan lucah!

Apakah senarai ini sejenis promosi PM untuk menggalakkan penyebaran bahan pornografi?

7 comments:

ammar said...

Star dah update news tu. Tak ada lagi senarai. hehe...

Anonymous said...

biase lew...
1MALAYSIA...

Anonymous said...

Aku dengar, star tarik balik malam tadi.

Beritanya begini:

Published: Tuesday June 16, 2009 MYT 5:25:00 PM
Updated: Tuesday June 16, 2009 MYT 6:03:23 PM

Parliament: 39 websites, blogs banned (Update)
By LESTER KONG

KUALA LUMPUR: The Government has released a list of banned websites and blogs with allegedly “offensive” and “obscene” elements.

In a written answer to a question by Teresa Kok (DAP-Seputeh), Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said access to 39 websites and blogs was not allowed, especially on government office computers.

Najib also said several websites and blogs were being investigated by the police pending further action.

Action has also been taken by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission and the police against nine suspects.

The website www.shilesjack.com had also been blocked for allegedly having seditious elements, he added.

Kok had asked the Prime Minister whether the Government had a code of ethics for civil servants on the usage of Internet facilities in government departments.

Najib said a circular titled Guideline on Procedural Use of Internet and Electronic Mail at Government Agencies was issued to civil servants on Nov 28, 2003.

He said such employees were forbidden from activities that violate the terms of Internet usage at government departments.

Among the activities disallowed are using pirated software; sending information repeatedly that may annoy others; uploading, downloading and keeping obscene materials in the form of text, images or speeches; issuing statements tarnishing the Government; and misusing online public discussion facilities such as newsgroups and bulletin boards.

Government employees are also not allowed to go into online chat sites, nor to use the their department’s Internet facilities for personal reasons or business and political activities.

The Malaysian Administrative and Management Planning Unit has also released a code of conduct on the use of the Internet and email by government employees on its website.

The 39 banned sites are:

ghairah-betul.blogspot.com

www.videokita.net/home.php

melayu3gp.videosof.us

papajahat.myhardman.com

asian.pornparks.com/terlampauvcd/skodeng

asianseks.blogspot.com

pejuanglelakimelayu.blogspot.com

skodengawek.blogspot.com (transferred to skodengkrewz.blogspot.com, also banned)

stim-video.blogspot.com,groups.yahoo.com/group/malaysian_swinger_club

arkibsabul.wordpress.com

sabul2u.wordpress.com

www.sabul.wordpress.com

www.sabul2u.blogspot.com

www.myselfdotcom.blogspot.com

melayuseks.nudepal.com

www.melayuseks.tk

malaysia3gp.blogspot.com

3gp.penzpro.com

3gpmalaysia.blogspot.com

zarina-an-julie.blogspot.com

www.sabul-skodeng.blogspot.com

celebrityxpose.blogspot.com

ibu-bugil.blogspot.com

perempuan-melayu-bogel.blogspot.com

www.otakblue.com

e-3gp.blogspot.com

3gpplanet.blogspot.com

bestmelayuboleh.blogspot.com

videomelayuonline.ning.com

honeydigger.blogspot.com

bilikmandi.ning.com

syafeera.blogspot.com

syurga-islam.blogspot.com

www.3gpsyok.com

3gpmelayuboleh.com

katakz.blogspot.com

my3gpp.blogspot.com

skandalmelayu.blogspot.com

budak kampung online said...

KAH...KOH..KEH...NANTI MINDA ROSAK...

Dhani said...

aah lah. boleh masuk lagi web yang kena block tu. opppsss!

Anonymous said...

Fathi, paper Star telah buang pukul 10.06 malam semalam. Tengok masa update terkini kat berita tu

Published: Tuesday June 16, 2009 MYT 5:25:00 PM
Updated: Tuesday June 16, 2009 MYT 10:06:37 PM
Parliament: 39 websites, blogs banned (Update)
By LESTER KONG


KUALA LUMPUR: The Government has released a list of banned websites and blogs with allegedly “offensive” and “obscene” elements.

In a written answer to a question by Teresa Kok (DAP-Seputeh), Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said access to 39 websites and blogs was not allowed, especially on government office computers.

Najib also said several websites and blogs were being investigated by the police pending further action.

Action has also been taken by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission and the police against nine suspects.

One website had also been blocked for allegedly having seditious elements, he added.

Kok had asked the Prime Minister whether the Government had a code of ethics for civil servants on the usage of Internet facilities in government departments.

Najib said a circular titled Guideline on Procedural Use of Internet and Electronic Mail at Government Agencies was issued to civil servants on Nov 28, 2003.

He said such employees were forbidden from activities that violate the terms of Internet usage at government departments.

Among the activities disallowed are using pirated software; sending information repeatedly that may annoy others; uploading, downloading and keeping obscene materials in the form of text, images or speeches; issuing statements tarnishing the Government; and misusing online public discussion facilities such as newsgroups and bulletin boards.

Government employees are also not allowed to go into online chat sites, nor to use the their department’s Internet facilities for personal reasons or business and political activities.

The Malaysian Administrative and Management Planning Unit has also released a code of conduct on the use of the Internet and email by government employees on its website.

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