The mainstream media is now acting like a tabloid. See The Star now reporting about sex video circulating offline and online.
LOCAL sex video clips, whether taken without the knowledge of the couple or for personal collection, are highly in demand among the people, Sin Chew Daily reported.
The local self-made sex video clips were more popular compared to the foreign ones as most locals liked to peep into other people’s privacy, said a handphone retailer.
He said some retailers downloaded the video clips for their customers free of charge. He also said that some video clips could be downloaded from the Internet for free, and others, were circulated in the market.
The daily reported that the public were also able to download the video clips by paying a fee as low as RM10.
It was reported that the local videos were often obtained when owners forgot to delete it before selling their handphones or sending them for repair.
Meanwhile Dr Mahathir who is currently in UK said Malaysian politic is getting nasty and dirty.
“In Malaysia now, we’re seeing a lot of dirty politics,” the former Prime Minister said in response to claims that she was a victim of a political smear campaign, reported The Star. He added that a lot of things were happening in Malaysia which was related to politics.
Online video sharing blocked
Veoh.com – where most of secretly shot videos (or skodeng) are found apparently ever since been blocked in Malaysia. Message posted:
Veoh is no longer available in MALAYSIA. If you are not in MALAYSIA or think you have received this message in error, please go to veoh.com and report the issue.
Government (likely) next target probably home grown – sex site such as the one below, where photos and videos of Malaysians – mostly students were uploaded.