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Malaysia Mulls Compulsory Registration of Tech Workers 187

Posted by timothy
from the governments-generally-suck dept.
Viceice writes "Hot on the heels of recently passed legislation further restricting Freedom of Assembly, the National Front-led Malaysian Government is now working to make the registration of all tech workers mandatory, making it an offence punishable by a stiff fine and jail for anyone to plan, deploy, service and maintain any computing system without a license. A leaked draft of the legislation has ignited a backlash among the IT community, which fear the law, when passed, will be devastating to the tech industry in Malaysia."
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Malaysia Mulls Compulsory Registration of Tech Workers

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