TikTok Summoned By M’sian Police & MCMC Over May 13 Videos
The management of social media platform TikTok has been summoned by the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) over three May 13 videos that were allegedly sponsored.
(WeirdKaya) – MCMC: TikTok to provide explanation
In a statement released by MCMC on Facebook yesterday, it said that it had teamed up with PDRM to demand an explanation from TikTok over the clips.
It also added that the said videos was a blatant attempt to cause disharmony among Malaysians, especially in the aspect of race and religion.
The spread of provocative content to cause disharmony, hatred and prejudice are an offence under the Penal Code (Act 574), and will result in a penalty, jail sentence or both if convicted guilty.
“The MCMC and PDRM will continue in its efforts to prevent the circulation of such videos which can threaten public safety,” it said.