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The licensing system allows the government to close media outlets at will and often encourages publishers to toe the line.

Up till 11 June 2011 and beginning July 2014, Internet content was officially uncensored, and civil liberties assured, though on numerous occasions the government has been accused of filtering politically sensitive sites.

In May 2013, leading up to the 13th Malaysian General Election, there were reports of access to You Tube videos critical of the Barisan National Government and to pages of Pakatan Rakyat political leaders in Facebook being blocked.

Analysis of the network traffic showed that ISPs were scanning the headers and actively blocking requests for the videos and Facebook pages.

Prime Ministers Abdullah Badawi and Najib Razak, on many occasions, have pledged that Internet access in Malaysia will not be censored and that it is up to parents to install their own censorship software and provide education to their children (provide self-censorship).

Pornography of any kind is strictly banned in Malaysia.Any Hebrew and Yiddish-language movies and movies from Israel are not allowed to be shown in Malaysian cinemas.Rastafarian reggae is often censored, as it refers to "Zion".After the negative reactions towards the censoring of an article concerning the 2011 Bersih 2.0 rally, in mid-August 2011, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak stated that media censorship "is no longer effective" and that the government will review its current censorship laws.Ex-Malaysian Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said in 2003 that the guidelines surrounding censorship, which were drawn up in 1993, would be restudied because some of the rules "were no longer applicable".

Pornography of any kind is strictly banned in Malaysia.Any Hebrew and Yiddish-language movies and movies from Israel are not allowed to be shown in Malaysian cinemas.Rastafarian reggae is often censored, as it refers to "Zion".After the negative reactions towards the censoring of an article concerning the 2011 Bersih 2.0 rally, in mid-August 2011, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak stated that media censorship "is no longer effective" and that the government will review its current censorship laws.Ex-Malaysian Home Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said in 2003 that the guidelines surrounding censorship, which were drawn up in 1993, would be restudied because some of the rules "were no longer applicable".It was also given a "Partly Free" status on the Freedom in the World report by Freedom House in 2008.