Zam read blog???

22 05 2007

So you also read blog ZAM???? Good to know that you don’t consider bloggers as a threat. But come on, we are not rumours factories.

Here what reported by bernama.

Be Responsible, Maintain Harmony In Society, Zam Tells Bloggers
May 22, 2007 15:51 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, May 22 (Bernama) — Information Minister Datuk Seri Zainuddin Maidin Tuesday reminded bloggers of their responsibilities in maintaining harmony among Malaysia’s multiracial society.

He said bloggers, being the so-called “citizen journalists”, must not abuse the freedom given by the government and must be responsible in their writings and actions so as not to jeopardise the unity among the people.

“We do not consider them (bloggers) as a threat but we do not want to return to the era where we depend on rumours (for news),”
he told reporters after launching the Malaysian Press Institute’s (MPI) new logo here today.

The minister also witnessed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between MPI and Thomson Foundation, through which both organisations cooperate in organising courses for local and foreign journalists.

MPI was represented by its acting chairman, Datuk Chamil Wariya and Thomson Foundation by its head of regional partnerships, Russel Lyne.

Earlier in his speech, Zainuddin said media practitioners and bloggers had their own roles in developing the nation through their writings.

For that, he said, they must respect the status quo of the social contract which became the pillar of this nation.

“Lately, I found that most of the (political) bloggers have the tendency to question the basis of the social contract which had been agreed upon by our forefathers,” he said.

Zainuddin said that about 20,000 out of the 11 million Internet users in the country were actively involved in political blogs.



Malaysia Internet Usage Stats

– February 9, 2007 – Based on subscriber data from the MCMC, Internet World Stats estimates the number of Internet users in Malaysia at 13,528,200 in October/2006, with a penetration rate of 47.8%. This brings up the total Internet usage estimate to 1,102,844,956 people in the world, and a global penetration rate of 16.8%. Latest updates include 34,120,000 users in the Republic of Korea as of December/06, according to data released by the Korean Ministry of Informatics and Communications (MIC). For access to the latest statistics, as well as to the historic 2000 to 2007 Internet usage data, subscribe today to Internet Market Reports .




3 responses

22 05 2007

hmmm… repentance?

Nora said: It is posible zewt, but time will show us 😉

23 05 2007

Nora dear,
cuba you verify statistic at the end of the report tuh. Entah betul ke tidak mamat sorang nih.
Good morning friend, how are u?

Nora said: I pun terpinga-pinga, darimana datangnya “11 million Internet users in the country” more than half malaysia population sis. Well telco company will be very happy if that so… 😉 So how about responsibilities??? Tak kan salah quote or tersalah baca mungkin. He..he..he. 🙂

Sorry yesterday I was riding on a motor-bike so can’t take your call. Very, very, very sori sis. Thousand of apology.

27 05 2007

Being a political blogger like Jeff or even Liz Wong are okay…as they do not promote all good about their parties…but are pointing all injustices done to the country and the people.
But of late..the ALL BLOGS society seems to be heading as a political blog…which should be totally out of political…as it is not about them…it is representing all bloggers and commenters….who are infect bloggers without being a blog owner.
That is very sad….as we now got a chance to really use blogging to pricks the conscience of evil doers…but instead choose to play politics.
That makes the government right……instead of bloggers proving all their wrongs.

Nora said: ok 😉

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