Locally,  we are used to hearing the term 'cyber-trooper'. But that term does not seem to be widely used outside Malaysia. Instead, the closest term seems to be 'internet shill'. AskOxford says the term 'shill' is mainly of informal...
Ever wondered why certain trolls persistently play up divisive issues such as race and religion in the comments sections of websites and blogs? Could it be they are trying to disrupt serious discussions on the critical issues of the...
Police and Home Ministry officials have confiscated Zunar's new book '1Funny Malaysia' from bookshops in Penang and Malacca. Thirteen copies of the popular political cartoonist's book were confiscated this evening from the Popular Book Store in Air Keroh, Malacca. A...
Two of the most well-known critics in the land, Anwar and RPK, are involved in legal proceedings today, both facing different charges. Blog reader Stephen gives us a taste of what it was like in court on Day Two of...
Earlier this week, BFM radio station interviewed me on "citizen journalism and the role it plays in shaping news and how we receive information". The questions were thought-provoking and made me think about the state of citizen journalism in...