So many people talked about the Sugarbook pimping app yesterday, mostly demanding action against it.
I wrote about it the other day,
From how I understand it though, they will take no action because there is no actual law to be use for it.
Just read the statement by MCMC
Note the use of words "should there be" and "if".
Yup, as it is now, pimping Sugarbook style is not against the law.
Otherwise MCMC which are usually fast in taking action against people and blocking websites deemed to be offensive would have come out with a stronger statement like,
"The bastards are pimping and therefore under the Pimping Act 1966, we are blocking their website etc etc."
Instead it just "warns internet users to be cautious", as if we are the ones who are doing the pimping.
Well, as I wrote previously, if you don't have the law against it, enact one.
Those irritating politicians who are our MPs need to work on this and do some good for a change instead of just quarrelling over who should be PM or who should be blamed for this and that.
Yeah, especially those PH MPs who claimed that they were better than the others. They should start the ball rolling. In fact, they should have done this when they were in government back then.
As for now, we have to resign ourselves that nothing could really be done about this issue.
They will make some noises like yesterday and then nothing will happen as the issue dies down.
And for them, that's about it to it.
Really, those people in the positions to do something to stop the pimping bastards simply have to do what they must do.
Don't wait until one day you suddenly find out that your daughter or sister is sucking and licking the stinking body of a lecherous old rich man for her extra pocket money.
"Oh, daddy, I'm just being a sugarbaby. Totally respectable and legal, ya," she will tell you.
When that happened, padan muka engkau.