Nazura Abdul Manap
University Kebangsaan Malaysia

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Brawijaya Law Journal Vol 2, No 1 (S) (2015): Contemporary Issues in South-East Asia Countries
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Universitas Brawijaya

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The mega Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) project launched in 1996 is a strong endorsement of the Malaysian government’s commitment towards developing the ICT industry in Malaysia. To attract world-class technology companies and prepare the local ICT industry, the government has offered MSC Malaysia Status to companies developing or using multimedia technologies in producing and enhancing their products and services and locating in any of the 26 Cybercities and Cyber centres in Malaysia. MSC status confers incentives, rights and privileges under the MSC Malaysia Bill of Guarantees. This ICT initiative also underlies Malaysia’s commitment to lead the region in protecting intellectual property and adherence to cyber laws. As a member of E-ASEAN this assurance aligns with the e-ASEAN initiative “…to adopt electronic commerce regulatory and legislative frameworks that create trust and confidence for consumers and facilitate the transformation of businesses towards the development of e-ASEAN”. This paper identifies and analyses the extent of the Malaysian government’s compliance with e-ASEAN principles particularly in the legal and regulatory aspects.
Arena Hukum Vol 9, No 3 (2016)
Publisher : Arena Hukum

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AbstractThis study was conducted to examine the alternative punishment for the cyber pornography crime. The purpose of this study is to find the punishment formulation which theoretically and philosophically is more acceptable in accordance with the moral development of society and technology. This normative juridical study uses a conceptual approach. While the analysts is conducted by descriptive method to find the basic theory of punishment for the crime of cyber pornography. The results can be concluded that imprisonment has not provided solutions in the criminal offense of cyber pornography without accompanied by other alternative punishment. The alternatives are special minimum penalties, social work, restrictions on access to electronic devices (internet) and compensation to victims of pornography. AbstrakPenelitian ini dilakukan untuk mengkaji alternatif pidana yang tepat untuk tindak pidana pornografi siber. Tujuan penelitian ini menemukan formulasi pemidanaan yang secara teoritikal dan filosofis lebih dapat diterima sesuai dengan perkembangan moral masyarakat dan tekhnologi. Penelitian Yuridis Normatif ini  menggunakan pendekatan konseptual. Sedangkan analis dilakukan dengan metode deskriptif analisis untuk mencari dasar teori pemidanaan untuk tindak pidana pornografi siber. Hasil  yang dapat disimpulkan dalam penelitian ini adalah pidana penjara belum memberi solusi dalam pemidanaan tindak pidana pornografi siber tanpa dibarengi dengan alternatif pidana yang lain. Alternatif pidana itu antara lain denda dengan minimum khusus, kerja sosial, pembatasan akses terhadap perangkat elektronik (internet) dan ganti rugi kepada korban pornografi.
Pornography and Sexual Crimes towards Children in Indonesia: A Judicial Approach Sulistyo, Faizin; Manap, Nazura Abdul
Brawijaya Law Journal Vol 5, No 2 (2018): The Role of State in Contemporary Legal Development
Publisher : Faculty of Law, Universitas Brawijaya

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Pornography and sexual crimes against children are two forms of crime in Indonesia. Both of these crimes in various cases have a linkage with each other, whether one of which is a crime or pornography becomes a criminogenic factor for the onset of sexual crimes against children. The review in this article attempts to look at the approach used by judges in deciding cases of sexual crimes against children that correlate with pornographic crimes. This research employs normative juridical research using legislation and case approach.The results of the review found that, in sum, there are two model of approach used by the Court in deciding criminal cases, especially pornography related to sexual crimes, which include the approach in understanding and assesing cases; and theories of punishment approach. While the rfirst model of approach emphasizes on the understanding the impact of the action, the secodn model look more at the retaliation, prevention, combination and contemporary approach. It is further argued that those two models are not necessarily used separately. The combination of the two models can also be employed, such as in the case of Tanjung Pati District Court's Ruling no. 58 /Pid.B/ 2011 /PN.Tjp. In fact, in the case, the judges combine several approaches in deciding cases and punishing defendants. It is submitted that the objective of a judge is crucial since the objectivity resulted in a fairer verdict for the victim, the community or the perpetrator himself.