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    Online engagement and legal action – where do we draw the lines?

Online engagement and legal action – where do we draw the lines?

By Ghui and Howard Lee When Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong made a Facebook post dated 3 June discussing the ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) on “Delfi

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    Selective truths, and a promise of more regulation?

Selective truths, and a promise of more regulation?

By Gordon Lee and Howard Lee On Tuesday, 3 June, Minister for Communications and Information Yaacob Ibrahim shared on his Facebook page a Financial Times article about a ruling by

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    The blogger vs the PM – the writing is on the wall

The blogger vs the PM – the writing is on the wall

By Howard Lee $50,000. That is a lot of money by Singaporean standards, especially if you consider it was raised in a few days. For sure, blogger Roy Ngerng raised

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Roy Ngerng apologises to PM, asks for open dialogue on CPF issues

  Roy Ngerng apologises to PM, asks for open dialogue on CPF issues

Blogger, Roy Ngerng Yi Ling has issued a letter of apology to the Singapore Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong through

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Media regulations a liability for the government

  Media regulations a liability for the government

By Howard Lee The Singapore’s government continued intent to regulate and censor media will become its liability, said Dr Cherian

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Who’s fueling the Mothership?

  Who’s fueling the Mothership?

By Howard Lee When the Media Development Authority announced that it will be requiring new political website Mothership.sg to register

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A petition to rewrite our media environment

  A petition to rewrite our media environment

By Howard Lee Someone suggested that Robin Li was a pseudonym of mine. The name is now synonymous with the

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Lord David Puttnam speaks on media regulation

  Lord David Puttnam speaks on media regulation

By Kirsten Han In 2002, Lord David Puttnam – an established, well-respected film producer who has been behind hits such

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AGC must act fairly to address Straits Times’ Contempt of Court

  AGC must act fairly to address Straits Times’ Contempt of Court

TOC Editorial It was hidden in page seven of the Straits Times (ST), and cunningly headlined to give the impression

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