What spooked Malaysia-Instinct?

by Sharifuddin A Latiff First, Malaysia-Today got DDOS-ed. Now, another news portal (sic), Malaysia-Instinct, got blipped but I think it’s self-inflicted i.e. they deliberately closed the front-door and started changing the locks. Confused? Well, the Sun’s TeRence Fernandez took offense with someone who is probably trying to impersonate him with the by-line ‘TeRRence Fernandez’ writing … Continue reading

Why debate when you can hack?

Pix: Rosie ben-David, 16-year-old administrator of a pro-Israel Facebook group ‘Gaza Flotilla – the world should know the truth’ is a Facebook group with some 256,000 members. Their objective is “to share the truth about what really happened on that boat”. About three weeks ago, the site was hacked. The hackers deleted all the photos, … Continue reading

Cannot eat in canteen/cannot screen documentary during Ramadan

Pix: Sue Blackwell The Bukit Selambau case: According to the Chinese papers, the school cafeteria was closed for the fasting month and non-Muslim students had nowhere to eat. So they sat for breakfast at the recreational tables in the common area. The Malay-Muslim principal saw red that the Chinese  students were eating and threw a … Continue reading