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Report online harassment, says Kho Teck Wan

As more businesses and social activities shifted online due to COVID-19 pandemic, there is a  rise of not only sexual harassment, but cyberbullying, scam, spreading of fake news and hacking, said SUPP woman Chief, Kho Teck Wan.

She said although police reports were lodged and some actions taken from authority concerned, more awareness and proactive efforts are needed by the authorities to monitor the cyber crime. Lacking of such efforts from enforcers and authorities will eventually lead to more criminal conducts online, and more perpetrators getting away with the crimes.

Victims included Bandar Utama assemblyman Jamaliah Jamluddin, Kampung Tunku assemblyman Lim Yi Wei and MCA Youth Chief Nicole Wong of cyber stalking and sexual harassment recently.

The cowards, said Kho committed such crime behind a fake account through digital devices should be punished harshly. Crime, she added,  committed online is still a crime and I call upon all corners of society to help us combat cyber crime by paying attention to such activities online and report the crime to the authority immediately.

Kho then provided a few channels for reporting of inappropriate online activities:

·         Online criminal activity should be reported to the local police immediately.

·         Lodge a report of inappropriate online content to Communications and Multimedia Forum of Malaysia at or via email at

·         Fake news can be reported to

·         If you had lodged an online complain and are not satisfied with the investigatio or do not receive any feedback, you can lodge a report to Malaysia Communications and Multimedia Commission via email at or through

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