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    Stakeholders hail proposed cybersecurity law

    This article first appeared on The Star. Image above sourced from The Star. PETALING JAYA: The proposed tabling of a Cybersecurity Bill is timely to deal with not only the existing cyber crimes, but to prepare for the threat of emerging ones. Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Dr Salleh Said Keruak said the proposed…

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    Crime expert calls for deep study of diyat

    This article first appeared on FMT by Robin Augustin on May 6, 2017. Image above is sourced from FMT. PETALING JAYA: A criminologist has voiced concern that the introduction of the Islamic law of diyat may reduce the deterrent effect of conventional punishments for violent crimes like murder. Speaking to FMT, P Sundramoorthy of Universiti Sains…

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    Full-day classes can curb social ills among youths

    This article first appeared on The Star. Image above is sourced from The Star. FULL-DAY school system is the way to go to prevent students from getting involved in social ills, especially gangsterism, in the near future. Universiti Sains Malaysia criminologist Assoc Prof Dr P. Sundramoorthy said a full-day school system would be beneficial because after…

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    Crime expert against 24-hour border opening

    This article first appeared on FMT. Image above is sourced from FMT. PETALING JAYA: A criminologist has warned of increased security threats if the government decides to have the Bukit Kayu Hitam-Danok border gates open 24 hours a day, as proposed by Kedah Menteri Besar Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah. P Sundramoorthy, a professor at Universiti…

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