28 May '12, 2pm

Blawg Flash: Bad Laws Won't Stop Cyber Crime

Blawg Flash: Bad Laws Won't Stop Cyber Crime

Datuk Seri Nazri Abdul Aziz from the Prime Minister’s Department justified the need for such an amendment to overcome the difficulty of anonymity and pseudonyms in cybercrime cases. First of all, it is important to clarify what is meant by cyber crime. Under the Computer Crimes Act 1997, the offences cited are unauthorised access to computers (for example, hacking into someone’s computer or account), including for the purposes of committing another offence (e.g. fraud), unauthorised modification of content (e.g. installing spyware or changing any kind of data) and wrongful communication of passwords. It is clear from here that the main forms of cyber crimes involve someone else taking control of your equipment and making changes to your content, programmes or data.

Full article: http://www.loyarburok.com/2012/05/28/bad-laws-stop-cyber-...

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