A New Zealander in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Assistant Professor in Media and Communication at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus; obsessed with the internet, alternative media, and protest movements. I learn, therefore I am.
Latest posts by Tessa Houghton
Malaysians from all walks of life are currently in a state of outrage following the outcome of the nation's 13th General Election, which has been marred with what appears to be widespread and massive electoral fraud and gerrymandering.
"#Stop114A could be Malaysia's most successful digital civil movement. Hacktivism at its best. Let's make it happen people."
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak announced that the nation's infamous Sedition Act of 1948 is to be repealed, and replaced with the National Harmony Act. One might then expect that its demise would be met with celebration - however, there is widespread concern that the new National Harmony Act will not prove any better than its predecessor.