Malaysia: Pirate Bay, MegaUpload & Others Blocked By Government OrderTorrentFreak
Jun. 09, 2011
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In what appears to be a memo sent to ISPs by the regulator of Internet industries in Malaysia, all service providers have been ordered to completely block various file-sharing sites including The Pirate Bay, MegaVideo and other hosting services. The move follows an April statement by the country’s Prime Minister in which he promised his administration would never censor the Internet.