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Published On: Sun, Jul 17th, 2016

Malaysia Mulls Banning Apps That Encourage Illegal Assembly

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MALAYSIA: In the wake of the failed coup in Turkey, the Home Ministry said today it is mulling a ban on smartphone games that encourage people to assemble in groups without obtaining police permission.

Augmented reality apps threaten the public order because they get people out of the house trying to do things instead of staying home and bitching on our smartphones.

Augmented reality apps threaten the public order because they get people out of the house trying to do things instead of staying home and bitching on our smartphones.

 

With still no official release date, Pokemon Go mods have leaked online, like this one where you can catch all 330 leaked pages of the damning Auditor-Generals 1MDB report.

With still no official release date, Pokemon Go mods have leaked online, like this one where you can catch all 330 leaked pages of the damning Auditor-General 1MDB report.

 

“The government is aware of hundreds and even thousands of Pokemon Go players assembling in countries that allow such games,” said Home Ministry spokesman, Abdullah Bin Bakar, “These trainers chasing down Charizards  in ‘go teams’ could create a coup that topples the government unless they fail to register with the appropriate authorities!”

 

Initial Pokemon Go trials in

Nintendo game testers have apologised to police and UMNO youth Pokemon trainers for placing a wild and rare Vaporeon in the KL DAP office.

 

The government in a separate statement confirmed it would continue to crack down, monitor and restrict the activities and expression of students attending our universities to ensure they are not distracted from becoming nation-saving, open-minded, free thinkers.

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