Social media abusers in PNG liable for prosecution

Ko e kakai ‘oku nau ngāuepango’aki ‘a e tau’atāina ‘o e lea he mītia fakasōsiale’ ‘oku totonu ke faka’ilo kinautolu ko e me’a ‘eni ‘a e Minisitā Fakamaau’anga ‘a Papua Niukini’ mo ‘Āteni Seniale’ Davis Steven ki he Fale Alea ‘o e fonua’. Na’a’ ne pehē kuo paasi ‘e he Fale Alea ‘a e lao ki he hia ngāue’aki ‘a e komipiuta’ pea lilium o e ngaahi lao ‘e ni’ihi ‘oku’ ne faka’atā e Poate Sivi ‘o e Fakamatala’. Na’a’ ne pehē ko e fatongia ia ‘o e pule’anga’ ke malu’i ‘a e kakai’.

POST COURIER / PACNEWS People who abuse the freedom of speech on social media are liable for prosecution, Papua New Guinea Justice Minister and Attorney-General Davis Steven told Parliament Thursday. He said Parliament has passed Cybercrimes Act and amending the certain legislation including that which empowers the Censorship Board. “It is our role and responsibility…


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