"He reminded bloggers and Internet users that there were laws pertaining to sedition, defamation and libel.
"Just because you operate in cyberspace does not mean that you are absolved from having to comply with the nation’s laws," he said in Mersing today, when asked to comment on the recent case involving Raja Petra Raja Kamarudin.
Asked about the timing of the arrest, which made the Government look unpopular, he said: "I do not think so. We have to draw the line between what is right and wrong".
Najib said that in any case, it was up to the Attorney-General to see if there was a case.
"This is not politically-motivated," he said Wednesday after accompanying Brunei's Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah during a one-day working visit to the military's special forces base here."
(Source: The Star)
I'm not sure whether there are more people out there who are angry, or more who think that the government did the right thing by slapping the Sedition Act on Raja Petra Kamaruddin and author Syed Akbar Ali.
But I don't think I'm wrong to say that there are very many angry Malaysians out there.