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> New draft law will jail unlicensed IT professional, IT industry in Malaysia is finished. (Serious Talk)

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post Dec 8 2011, 08:44 PM


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PIKOM and MNCC is main drive behind this bill.

https://plus.google.com/1160406568400156453...sts/1byMQhGvREn

"And yes, of course this didn't start from the government -- its factions like MNCC and PIKOM that have pushed it."


PIKOM list of council members.

http://www.pikom.org.my/cms/General.asp?wh...=22716&CatID=60

Hidden objectives of CPB2011

1. Rent seeking, make money from IT industry, teaming up with industry Trojans like PIKOM and MNCC.
2. Control dissent by restricting knowledge workers who participate in dissent as employees for opposition.
3. Rob the lucrative IT sector from the private industry and put them in the hands of cronies, aka Bumiputra-ism.
4. Form an elite gateway and eliminate competition from other IT competitors, mainly non-grads, work with govt to accomplish this. (point 1)

Foreign IT corporations and local Unis that are involved that provides training and against Opensource Software may have interests/hand in this.

It's time for IT corporations such as Microsoft, Sun/Oracle to come out with official statement.

http://uppercaise.wordpress.com/2011/12/13...nt-trojan-worm/

SlashDotted! http://yro.slashdot.org/story/11/12/09/233...of-tech-workers

http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysi...s-alarm-online/


http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysi...en-all-over-it/


Note: This law is prone to abuse, corruption and possibly 'quota'. Please inform everyone in IT field. You cannot run an IT company anymore without government approval.

New draft law restricts unregistered IT professional from providing IT services of ANY kind at all.

Fine = 20,000 ringgit or 6 months jail.


The license must be applied, but that means, the society can target recipient based on crony or race... especially Bumiputra.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/75107593/CPB2011-Draft

Page 46...



Restriction on employment of unregistered person to provide Computing Services

34. No CNII entities or person shall employ a person, sole proprietorship, partnership or body corporate, other than aRegistered Computing Practitioner or Registered Computing Professiona lor Registered Computing Services Provider practice, to perform Computing Services



Page 48..

General penalty

36. (1) Any person, sole proprietorship, partnership or body corporate who contravenes this Act or any regulations made there under shall be guilty of an offence and shall,where no penalty is expressly provided therefore, be liable, on conviction,to a fine not exceeding twenty thousand ringgit (RM20,000) or imprisonment not more than six months or both.





------------------------------------- Edited to include extra critical information -----------------------------------------







KEYWORD is CNII. They are not defined properly in the bill. Here's how it goes.

On page 7.

Critical National Information Infrastructure
(CNII)”refers to those assets, systems and functions that are vital to the nation that their incapacity or destruction would have a devastating impact on National economic strength or National image or National defense and security or Government capability to function or Public health and safety.

Sounds like only applies to government right? NO!!


Here's the FULL industry that is defined in the 2nd half !

http://cnii.cybersecurity.org.my/main/about.html


The CNII sectors are:

National Defence & Security
Banking & Finance
Information & Communications <---- All of you working in IT doing web/mobile apps/sites..
Energy
Transportation
Water
Health Services
Government <------------ This is the impression you get in the bill, but look at the rest of them besides this!
Emergency Services
Food & Agriculture



This basically covers ALL industries with major IT jobs and what you have here is a Communist style central governance.

Don't go believe those who keep saying CNII applies only to Government!

CNII definition in the bill is basically a


TROJAN HORSE BLANK CHEQUE where they can REDEFINE it outside the bill AS AND WHEN THEY WISH TO COVER ANY NEW INDUSTRIES.

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post Dec 8 2011, 08:45 PM


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Habis LowYat will close..
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post Dec 8 2011, 08:46 PM


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sos draft mana ? scribds is not real sos.


y u wan lie here ? ini semua dakyah opposition untuk menjatuhkan kerajaan.
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post Dec 8 2011, 08:46 PM


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signs of 2012 for bolehland
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confirm lowyat shutdown immediately
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post Dec 8 2011, 08:48 PM


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Gooood!!
Now not any tom d*** harry can go in and offer RM 100 for a custom made application!
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ini macam CIDB

got kontraktor license, must apply MOF, must apply SSM, must apply this, must apply that

damn to many bureaucracy
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post Dec 8 2011, 08:49 PM


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reliable source from OSS participant who was there to view the draft. he is the one who uploaded it.


http://twitter.com/kaerumy

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http://malaysiasaya.my/computing-professio...l-2011-malaysia
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New link for draft you can comment.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1j1VC50E...?hl=en_US&pli=1
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post Dec 8 2011, 08:56 PM


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Anyone caught working as Software Developer, diploma or degree or not, without being licensed by government, will be fined 20k or jailed 6 months.


The key is, the criteria for licensing would be very vague and prone to abuse.


Malaysia is probably the other country to implement this law other than Nigeria (pariah country)


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post Dec 8 2011, 08:59 PM


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....wow nvm I'll read this properly first before flying to rage

I see Rais got mentioned... hmm.gif

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I do not support this law.

It would put IT goons on par with engineers with legal registration and powers to commit to public projects.
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inb4 ini fitnah PR...
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QUOTE(empire23 @ Dec 8 2011, 08:59 PM)
I do not support this law.

It would put IT goons on par with engineers with legal registration and powers to commit to public projects.
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agreed 100%


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QUOTE(sfx3000 @ Dec 8 2011, 08:56 PM)
Anyone caught working as Software Developer, diploma or degree or not, without being licensed by government, will be fined 20k or jailed 6 months.
The key is, the criteria for licensing would be very vague and prone to abuse.
Malaysia is probably the other country to implement this law other than Nigeria (pariah country)
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no more dev for hobby
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must be rais yatim job, he must be senile to consider this!!!
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post Dec 8 2011, 09:07 PM


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Get ready to go back to stone age. Siao law. IT is the fastest moving subject and they want to have this law? Bodoh! It is already hard to get GOOD IT people, u want to impose this law. Better be a snatch thief.
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post Dec 8 2011, 09:08 PM


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so that's mean indie developers will go jail too?
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QUOTE(sfx3000 @ Dec 8 2011, 08:56 PM)
Anyone caught working as Software Developer, diploma or degree or not, without being licensed by government, will be fined 20k or jailed 6 months.
The key is, the criteria for licensing would be very vague and prone to abuse.
Malaysia is probably the other country to implement this law other than Nigeria (pariah country)
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we are going to the pariah stage
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