Malaysian censorship still alive and well

Dear Miri community,
I have just been advised by The Economist news magazine . . .
The reason that I don’t receive my copy for a week / ten days, or so, is that the Malaysia Home Office holds all the copies in KLIA until that department says that they may be distributed (or not).
How ridiculous is that in this day and age?
I know that I can read it online but it isn’t the same as laying on my settee Monday afternoon with a folding paper copy !
DnD.

Can always settle for iPad.

I can’t recall the last time I bother to buy magazines given the vast reading material, uncensored and up to date, available online.

Yeah . . . I know you are right but I am old and grumpy so I thought I’d post it.
Best,