Month: August 2014

  • Battle of the Satay Celup Restaurants

    Ban Lee Siang restaurants – used with permission of sixthseal.com Ban Lee Siang is a well known satay celup restaurant in Melaka. It consists of two adjoining shops operated by two different owners who are brothers. The shop was started by their other brother in 1987. Although both restaurants are named “Ban Lee Siang”, they […]

  • Bread & Kaya: Liking a Facebook page and the law

    Bread & Kaya: Liking a Facebook page and the law Foong Cheng Leong Aug 14, 2014 – ‘Liking’ a page doesn’t necessary mean you agree with it – Using Sedition Act for what you ‘Like’ sets dangerous precedent THE recent report that Malaysian police are investigating a Penang teenager under the Sedition Act 1948 for […]

  • Unknown Caribbean company files for MH17 trademark

    I was quoted by Digital News Asia in their article “Unknown Caribbean company files for MH17 trademark” published on 22 July 2014. Unknown Caribbean company files for MH17 trademark Gabey Goh Jul 22, 2014 – Trademark applications filed for ‘MH17’ & ‘MH370’ for use in EU – Case of companies or individuals using trademark register […]

  • BFM Podcast: Revenge Porn

    I was interviewed by BFM Radio to talk about revenge porn on 22 July 2014. Your browser does not support native audio, but you can download this MP3 to listen on your device. The availability of affordable smartphones and cheap mobile data are contributing to the rise of sextortion, the non-consensual publication online of explicit […]