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· September, 2005

Stories about Singapore from September, 2005

28 September 2005

Singapore: Blogs worse than porn?

19 September 2005

Malaysia: Bloggers’ pre-emptive strike

Freedom of speech or is it blatant abuse of Internet as a channel for expression? Come over to Malaysia. Just as the Singaporean government was hauling in three bloggers within...

Singapore cracks down on bloggers

Freedom of speech or is it blatant abuse of Internet as a channel for expression? Just as Malaysian bloggers are getting jittery over seditious commentaries being posted by readers in...

13 September 2005

Two Singapore bloggers charged for sedition for racist comments online

Two Singapore bloggers have been charged under the Sedition Act for posting racist comments online. The last time the Sedition Act was invoked in Singapore was at least 10 years...

12 September 2005

Images from Singapore: Bloggers All

“Bloggers All” by Ashwin Kumar Scenes from a Singaporean blogger meetup.

Singapore: online sedition

1 September 2005

Singapore metablog Tomorrow.sg and a discussion on Linking Policies

Lately there has been a flurry of debates online about Singapore metablog, Tomorrow.sg‘s linking policy, and its policy of not asking for permission before linking people's blog posts. Some of...

Singapore: Blogger wins poetry awards

Singapore: New anti-terrorist tactics

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