There have been mixed messages and confusion regarding Internet censorship in Malaysia. Prime Ministers Abdullah Badawi and Najib Tun Razak, on many occasions, have pledged that Internet access in Malaysia will not be censored and that it is up to parents to install their own censorship software and provide education to their children (provide self-censorship). The ISPs also actively deny that there are Internet filters in place when asked. However, the Communications Minister has occasionally announced that they are working on a nationwide filter, but each time such an announcement is made the Prime Minister makes a rebuttal to emphasize that there will be no Internet censorship. The state ministries of Terengganu and Kelantan have also announced that they have statewide filters in place in their respective states.
Porn sites such as Pornhub.com and Tube8.com are blocked without any notice or reason.
In 2006 Deputy Science and Technology Minister Kong Cho Ha has announced that all Malaysian news blogs will have to be registered with the Ministry of Information. He justified this by stating the law was necessary to dissuade bloggers from promoting disorder in Malaysia's multi-ethnic society.
The web page faithfreedom.org, which expresses a critical view on Islam, is blocked in Malaysia (December 2010).
WikiLeaks, the popular whistle-blowing site, has also been blocked by the Malaysian ISPs. Trying to access countries under categories brings a 'Link is Broken' error message for the use
(Quoted from Wikipedia under Internet Censorship)
The first sentence totally make me embarrassed, as a Malaysian. While all the other countries, developed or not, had their firm stands in this global issue about human rights, why then we have "mixed messages and confusions"? That's why i said it's the "apa-apa pun bolehlah" culture. We don't like arguing, so do our dearly beloved Prime Minister. So instead, of making a decisive conclusion, we just prefer to stand in the middle.
I don't know how to continue on this matter. It just made me laugh, sympathetically at our own "cute" culture. Well, Keep it up MALAYSIANS!!!