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Selangor Times Feb 10

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February 10 — 12, 2012
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Suban Jaya assemblyperson Hannah Yeoh havin her blood pressure esed by Dr Rosena Abdullah a he USJ 9 Al-Falahmosque Waqaf An-Nur clinic yeserday. Lookin on are KPJ Healhcare Bhd CSR and Educaion roup eneral manaer YusofIsmail (second from lef) and Al-Falah mosque communiy bureau chairperson Khazali Mohd Zin.
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A six-year ban on licences ornew cyber caes is being lied but operatorsmust comply with rm guidelines to preventgambling and pornography while protecting minors.Operators will risk having their licences withdrawn i they ail to adhere to regulationsset out by local authorities in consultation withthe Association o Cyber Cae Operators.“We’re viewing this very seriously. I we slacko on our part, it will mean that cyber caesmight take advantage and become cyber gam-bling dens,” said state executive councillor Ron-nie Liu on Wednesday.Te guidelines are part o Selangor’s bid toaddress the issue o illegal cyber caes, notablythose that are used or cyber gambling.Te rules under the "Healthy Cyber Cae" programme is aimed at regulating cyber caesand making them amily riendly.Among the requirements is that operatorsmust install soware to prevent underaged patrons rom using the services there past10pm.“Computers utilised by underaged users will automatically shut down at 10pm,” hesaid.Each user will be required to log on at thecounter with their MyKad and their details will be recorded in a database that can be vet-ted by local government enorcement ofcers.Cyber caes must also install rewalls orltering soware to block access to gambling and pornographic websites.Tey must also have a minimum o 40computers to qualiy or the licence as illegalgambling dens stand to lose very little i theircomputers are seized.“Most cyber gambling dens have only vecomputers. Tey can aord to have thoseunits seized, and start all over again,” he ex- plained.
Reprieve for cyber cafes
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February 10 — 12, 2012
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• From page one
‘Healthy cyber cafes’ in one year
By
Basil Foo
SUBANG JAYA:
Te Al-Falahmosque in USJ 9 is raising undsor the construction o a perma-nent Waqa An-Nur clinic – acharity clinic oering aordablehealthcare to all.“Te construction cost willcome up to over RM500,000, notincluding medical equipment,”said Al-Falah mosque communitybureau chairperson Khazali MohdZin.
Charity clinic needsa shot in the arm
Liu said existing cyber caes willbe given one year to renovatetheir premises, including changing the ront acade to transparent glassas well as lighting up the interior.“Tis is to make it easier or the public and especially enorcement o-cers to look into the premises.”He said cyber cae operators willhave their licences withdrawn i theyout the law more than three times a year.He said that some guidelines havebeen amended as a concession to cy-ber cae operators.Initially, the guidelines speciedthat cyber cae owners had to pay amonthly ee o RM50 per computer.But the amount was later reducedaer committee members o the cy-ber cae association complained thatthe amount was too high.However, the Pandamaran assem-blyperson didn’t disclose the -nal amount that would be includedin the guidelines.Cyber cae owners had also want-ed operation hours extended until1am, but the state rejected that re-quest and stipulated closing hours atmidnight, or now.Liu said the state would recon-sider the 1am closing time aer one year.Te rules, Liu said, would be sentto all local governments in the statein the coming weeks.Selangor would also acilitate ameeting between local authoritiesand cyber cae operators and brie both parties on the guidelines.“Only then will the guidelines bein orce. Te grace period or existing cyber caes to become a ‘Healthy Cy-ber Cae’ is one year,” he said.He said the guidelines would like-ly kick in by mid March.On a related matter, Liu said hehad met with Selangor deputy policechie Datuk A Taiveegan recentlyand the latter had promised that po-lice would work closely with localgovernments on raids.He said the police would chargeillegal cyber cae workers and alsogo aer the proprietors.“Local governments can only seizethe assets o cyber caes but only the police can charge people under thelaw,” he said.He lauded the police or their e-orts in bringing to book operators o illegal cyber caes and said the situa-tion was under control.Te clinic has been operating out o a temporary steel containerin the mosque’s premises rom 9amto 5pm on uesdays and Tursdayssince its inception last April.Charging a nominal ee o RM5 per patient, over 500 patients withcommon ailments like u and e- ver have been treated so ar.“With a permanent building,there will be more space to addother equipment like 12 beds ordialysis and extending opening hours to six days per week,” saidKhazali.He was speaking at the clinicduring a cheque presentation bySubang Jaya assemblyperson Han-nah Yeoh who donated RM17,000 yesterday.Apart rom Yeoh’s donation,the mosque has so ar raisedRM41,000 rom its congregationand has received a pledge by a pri- vate corporation or RM200,000.“As the cost or running thisclinic is high, we hope more corpo-rations will step orward to help,or even the government throughthe Health Ministry,” said Yeoh.Tis clinic is a community ser- vice initiative by KPJ HealthcareBhd which allocates doctors toeach o its 16 Waqa An-Nur clin-ics throughout the country.As there was a need or aord-able healthcare here, they contact-ed the Al-Falah mosque as it hadsufcient space within its groundsor a clinic.“Tere are Subang and Puchong residents who cannot aord pri- vate clinics, so they come here,”said KPJ Healthcare Bhd CSR andEducation group general managerYuso Ismail.He said the lack o public or1Malaysia clinics in Subang, thenearest being in Kelana Jaya, le agreat need or aordable health-care here.Yuso added that in-line withthe Waqa concept, the clinic isopen to all – rom those arriving inluxury cars, to oreign workers who earn a pittance.“With the doctor’s consultation, patients may get three days o medi-cation. Only school children getmedical certicates as we don’t wantto compete with, but complement,nearby private clinics,” he said.Yuso said they plan to increasethe amount o Waqa An-Nurclinics nationwide to 19 by year’send.He added that the six clinicsthey operate in Selangor treated34,000 patients in 2011, out o  which 3,000 were non-Muslim.“Mosques are not only placesor religious activities but also orcommunity services to be carriedout,” he said.
D rs abdullh tti  tit i th USJ 9 al-Flhsqu Wqf a-nu cliic.Khzli (thid f lft), Yh (futh f lft), d Yusf (thid fiht) dui th chqu stti ystdy.
 
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