Here they are:
Use of Internet: Unfair Blogging
I REFER to your report "Raja Petra ordered to pay RM4m in damages" (NST, March 27).
This should be a lesson to all bloggers that they cannot write or post articles on their website without considering the implications of their act.
I think other people affected by unfair blogging should consider taking similar action against bloggers.
By Ahmad Zazli Hamid, Ampang, Selangor
This is becoming an unhealthy practice among the younger generation.
They give vent to their frustrations by posting rude and vulgar comments on blogs.
Some of the things being discussed have no factual basis and are spread as though they are the truth.
The danger is that people believe them and form judgments based on untruths and half-truths.
If this practice persists, it threatens to turn Malaysians into a nation of rumour-mongers.
By BULBIR SINGH, Seremban
I'm beginning to be very suspicious of NST's intention. I know that there is an ongoing defamation suit (it has) against bloggers Jeff Ooi and Ahirudin Attan.
It looks like these letters are published to further demonise bloggers.
I'm not saying that NST or any other newspaper should publish only positive stories about blogging and bloggers.
NST's publication of the two letters further demonstrates its stance on bloggers, of which I am very aware. When I say NST, I don't mean the individual editors there. Oh, you know what and who I mean.
The NST's stance on bloggers is -- well, for very obvious reason(s).
I'm saying that NST has, more often than not, published articles that are aimed at discrediting bloggers.
I believe there is a "gentleman's" agreement or understanding between the two parties that no articles should be published that can be deemed subjudice in the court case.