Month: June 2013

  • Big NO to more social media control

    I was quoted by The Star in their article “Big NO to more social media control” on 14 June 2013. My opinion on the privacy is based on a South Korean case which held that a law requiring South Koreans to use their real names on Internet forums was unconstitutional. Big NO to more social […]

  • Bread & Kaya: Using Facebook’s marks for your business

    Using Facebook’s marks for your business Foong Cheng Leong May 28, 2013 – To use a trademark (like a logo) legally, one must seek permission from the proprietor of the trademark – You can use Facebook’s trademarks without asking for express permission provided you satisfy its brand guidelines Bread & Kaya by Foong Cheng Leong […]

  • BFM Podcast: New Regulations for Online Shopping

    Online cheating and internet scams are on the rise in Malaysia. In 2011, police figures showed a total of 1,879 online cheating cases, compared to 551 in 2009. New regulations are being implemented in July 2013 to help protect shoppers from being cheated, and Sharmila Sekaran and Mr. Foong Cheng Leong from Loyarburok talk to […]

  • Enforcement of the Personal Data Protection Act 2010

    The Malaysian Reserve reported that no date has been set for the enforcement of the Personal Data Protection Act 2010 (PDPA). The newly appointed Communication and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek stated that the PDPA will be enforced as soon as possible. However, he declined to be more specific as to the exact […]