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Broadcasting Act (Chapter 180)
The Broadcasting Act imposes on the Minister responsible for broadcasting matters a duty to ensure that nothing is included in any broadcasting service which is against the public interest or national harmony or which offends good taste or decency
 
Broadcast Licences
Broadcasters, including editors and producers of TV and Radio Programme should ensure that the programme which fail to meet the provision in the code are not broadcasted.
All programmes which are against the public interest, national harmony or are offensive or against public decency should not be broadcasted. (Broadcasting Code of Practice)
 
Codes of Practice
§  Internet Code of Practice Notification, 2001
§  Broadcasting (Code of Practice) Notification, 1998
Licensees must use their best effort to ensure that nothing is included in any programme on Internet which is against the public interest or national harmony or which offends against good taste or decency. (Internet Code of Practice)