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Don't Spread Viral Sex Video, Unless You Want To Go To Jail

Consider yourselves warned.


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Don't Spread Viral Sex Video, Unless You Want To Go To Jail
Here's a warning, guys: if you have (accidentally) received videos that contain pornographic elements, make sure you don’t share them anywhere.

This is not a warning by us, but from the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) in light of the recent sex videos allegedly connected to a senior cabinet minister that's spreading like wildfire on social media sites and messaging apps. 

"The MCMC today (June 12) warns all parties to refrain from uploading or sharing content that contains pornographic elements, as per Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998.


"Those found breaking the law can be jailed for a year, fined RM50,000 or both," the commission said in a statement quoted by The Malay Mail.

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On top of that, the MCMC also revealed that they will be actively monitoring sexually offensive content that's being shared online, and they have warned that they will not hesitate "to take decisive action and bring those involved to justice.”

So guys, don’t get into trouble, OK?

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