PDRM Warns Social Media Users After TikTok Creators Use 13 May Incident To Conjure Hate

PDRM Warns Social Media Users After TikTok Creators Use 13 May Incident To Conjure Hate

14 days ago

The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) issued a statement yesterday, 21 November, urging the public to refrain from uploading and sharing social media content that discusses sensitive issues involving race and religion

The statement was issued in response to a surge in TikTok content following the 15th General Election (GE15), which exploits the 13 May incident to incite hatred among the platform's users.

"During GE15 and before the forming of the next federal government, we have warned social media users against uploading content that touches on racial and religious issues," said Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani in the statement.

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