Evolution of Malaysian Cyber Laws and Mechanism for Secured Online Transactions

Yusuf Ibrahim Arowosaiye

Abstract


Penelitian ini dimaksudkan untuk mendeskripsikan tentang kerangka hukum pengaturan hukum siber dan mekanisme pengamanan transaksi online di Malaysia. Pendekatan analisis adalah perundang-undangan mengenai konsep perlindungan dan proteksi transaksi online. Secara komprehensif pembahasan dilakukan dengan melihat secara historis perjalanan hukum siber di Malaysia sampai pada perkembangan mutakhir. Hasil kajian ini menunjukkan bahwa kemajuan sistem hukum siber Malaysia diarahkan untuk mendukung Visi global 2020 untuk menjadikan Malaysia sebagai salah satu kekuatan dunia dalam kemajuan teknologi informasi, sehingga berbagai produk hukum dibidang teknologi informasi diarahkan menuju tercapainya visi tersebut.

Keywords


Malaysian Cyber Law; online transaction; information technology

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15294/pandecta.v8i2.2679

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