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Racist comments: If someone uses a slur on you, how can Malaysian law help you?

Last week, national shuttler Kisona Selvaduray’s name was plastered on our social media timelines. But it didn’t have anything to do with one of her badminton tournaments. Instead, she made the news headlines because she was on the receiving end of a racist and derogatory remark by a Facebook user. This comment was picked up …

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Can the Malaysian government actually make the Covid-19 vaccine mandatory?

We’ve all seen our social media timelines flooded with pictures of our family and friends right after they’ve been vaccinated. Proudly smiling, flexing their freshly-jabbed arms and holding up “I’ve just been vaccinated!” placards. Since the vaccination drive has been ramped up in the past few months, we’re heading closer to achieving herd immunity. At …

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