News & Reviews: Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs
Oct 24, 2022
The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) has warned all traders against selling streaming technology devices that contain copyright works without physical or digital permission. Its Enforcement Director, Azman Adam stressed that those caught red-handed can be fined up to RM200,000 or jailed for up to 20 years or both.
Sep 28, 2022
The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) has revealed that it is expected to hold a meeting with Touch ’n Go this week to discuss the lack of supply of the enhanced NFC TnG cards and the status of their selling methods. Moreover, the ministry has also produced six notices to parties that have been found to sell the enhanced TnG cards at exorbitant prices.
Jul 01, 2022
The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) has revealed that traders are now more welcoming of e-wallets and cashless transactions throughout the country. Its deputy minister, Datuk Rosol Wahid in a statement yesterday shared that a total of 3919 new traders are actively using these cashless transactions nationwide as payment methods.
NewsBytes 2019 #19 - HP Malaysia Challenges, Kaspersky Center in Cyberjaya, more partnership deals and moreAug 18, 2019
Another week has gone by but there's nothing really much to talk about in the local tech scene in Malaysia. I mean sure, Merdeka sales here and there, and Shopee is coming up with another promo sale period leading up to 9.9. (which you stand a chance to win a Honda City car). Today is also the last day of the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ pre-order sales, although it's probably sold out already due to popular demand, you can still purchase them in authorized stores (see the list here).
So...yeah. Let's get on with it on the NewsBytes already.