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New law in malaysia.  Pirate streaming can get up to 20 years in prison

New law in malaysia. Pirate streaming can get up to 20 years in prison

As reported by TorrentFreak, a copyright amendment has been approved in Malaysia, which imposes heavy penalties on streaming pirates. People who view illegal streaming sites can face a fine of $2,377. up or Up to 20 years in prison. Both penalties are also possible.

The new law is also intended to discourage companies from participating in the piracy flow or even tolerating the existence of such piracy. If people linked to these sites don’t prove it They were not aware of the violation of the law And if they did not try to follow the law, they would automatically be convicted of the relevant hacking offenses.

When it comes to streaming, it turns out recently that TikTok has decided to enter this segment as well on desktop computers. Bytedance is currently testing a new tool for Windows His name is TikTok Live Studio. On the other hand, when it comes to consoles, we will also be playing next-generation games on old Microsoft hardware – Xbox Cloud Gaming is now available on Xbox One.

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