Malaysiakini pays RM500,000 fine
Company’s CEO Premesh Chandran went personally to settle it at Palace of Justice, says lawyer.
The day Malaysiakini is judged by the people
Portal raises funds to pay off fine within days of Federal Court ruling.
Malaysiakini raises RM500,000 for fine within hours of appeal
As of 4.50pm, donations have exceeded target by nearly RM30,000.
Malaysiakini found guilty of contempt
Federal Court finds editor-in-chief not guilty of same charge.
Federal court considering submissions in Raub Mining defamation case
Malayskini challenging Appeals Court decision of bias in series of articles posted about company.
Warning of rise of self-censorship as govt targets social-media users
Lawyers cite recent crackdown on Segambut MP, Malaysiakini and Al Jazeera.
Govt unable to prove Malaysiakini’s intent to publish comments, says lawyer
Steven Gan had no knowledge of the comments until three days after article was published, says Malik Imtiaz Sawar.
Malaysiakini did its part to remove readers’ comments, says defence
Lawyers argue portal takes role seriously, simply too much traffic to moderate every post.
Apex court denies Malaysiakini’s bid to quash contempt charge, sets July 13 hearing
News portal vows to fight case against them over readers’ comments.
AGC must reconsider contempt action against news portal, say ex-Bar chiefs
Top lawyers argue legal system should not hold media outlets responsible for comments unless they fail to act on complaints.