Heidy Quah

Activist Heidy Quah gets DNAA after judge rules charge defective

Malaysiakini | Activist Heidy Quah claimed trial before the Sessions Court on a charge of improper use of network facilities to upload an offensive statement. She then filed a civil lawsuit in the High Court through law firm AmerBON to seek a court order to rule the words “offensive” and “annoy” in section 233 invalidated for violating Article 10(1) of the Federal Constitution, which guarantees the freedom of speech.

Heidy Quah sues govt over law criminalising offensive online comments

Malaysiakini | Refuge for Refugees founder Heidy Quah filed a civil lawsuit in the High Court in Shah Alam through AmerBON. She sought a court order to rule the words “offensive” and “annoy” in section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act invalidated for being unconstitutional.

Heidy Quah charged with making offensive Facebook post

New Straits Times | The charge sheet stated that Refuge for the Refugees founder Heidy Quah had made an offensive posting with intent to insult. Counsel New Sin Yew pleaded for a lower bail, citing Heidy’s years of award-winning humanitarian work.

Refugee activist Heidy Quah charged in KL with internet misuse

Malay Mail | Refuge for the Refugees founder Heidy Quah was charged under section 233(1)(a) of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 for a Facebook post on alleged mistreatment of refugees at the Immigration detention centre. She was represented by lawyer New Sin Yew.

NGO founder charged over posting regarding immigration detention

Malaysiakini | Refuge for the Refugees founder Heidy Quah claimed trial to a charge of improper use of network facilities over her Facebook post on alleged mistreatment at detention centres. The former winner of the Queen’s Young Leaders Award was represented by New Sin Yew.

Cops to question NGO over FB post on immigration detention

Malaysiakini | Refuge for the Refugees director Heidy Quah has been summoned to Bukit Aman over a Facebook post exposing allegedly horrific conditions of Immigration detention cells, after being targeted by hateful comments and harassment. Lawyer New Sin Yew said they cooperate and will be going to the police station.

Activist Heidy Quah gets DNAA after judge rules charge defective

Malaysiakini | Activist Heidy Quah claimed trial before the Sessions Court on a charge of improper use of network facilities to upload an offensive statement. She then filed a civil lawsuit in the High Court through law firm AmerBON to seek a court order to rule the words “offensive” and “annoy” in section 233 invalidated for violating Article 10(1) of the Federal Constitution, which guarantees the freedom of speech.

Heidy Quah sues govt over law criminalising offensive online comments

Malaysiakini | Refuge for Refugees founder Heidy Quah filed a civil lawsuit in the High Court in Shah Alam through AmerBON. She sought a court order to rule the words “offensive” and “annoy” in section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act invalidated for being unconstitutional.

Heidy Quah charged with making offensive Facebook post

New Straits Times | The charge sheet stated that Refuge for the Refugees founder Heidy Quah had made an offensive posting with intent to insult. Counsel New Sin Yew pleaded for a lower bail, citing Heidy’s years of award-winning humanitarian work.

Refugee activist Heidy Quah charged in KL with internet misuse

Malay Mail | Refuge for the Refugees founder Heidy Quah was charged under section 233(1)(a) of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 for a Facebook post on alleged mistreatment of refugees at the Immigration detention centre. She was represented by lawyer New Sin Yew.

NGO founder charged over posting regarding immigration detention

Malaysiakini | Refuge for the Refugees founder Heidy Quah claimed trial to a charge of improper use of network facilities over her Facebook post on alleged mistreatment at detention centres. The former winner of the Queen’s Young Leaders Award was represented by New Sin Yew.

Cops to question NGO over FB post on immigration detention

Malaysiakini | Refuge for the Refugees director Heidy Quah has been summoned to Bukit Aman over a Facebook post exposing allegedly horrific conditions of Immigration detention cells, after being targeted by hateful comments and harassment. Lawyer New Sin Yew said they cooperate and will be going to the police station.