Organised by the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, NTU
“The job of a citizen is to keep his mouth open” – Gunter Grass
Are Singaporeans satisfied with the state of Internet regulation as existing?
If not, what changes do we wish to see and how can a bottom-up desire for reform translate into policy review?
Can Singapore afford the political and social costs of free speech? Is there a contradiction between wanting freedom for political speech and controls over social speech? Is technology really in the driver’s seat? Are governments powerless in the face of a global Internet?
Mr Arun Mahizhnan, Deputy Director, Institute of Policy Studies
Presentations by members of the Bloggers’ Group for Internet Deregulation
Chaired by Asst Prof Cherian George, Wee Kim Wee School, NTU
Date: Sat, 21 June 2008
Time: 2.00pm to 5.00pm
Venue: URA Centre, Maxwell Road, Function Hall, Level 5
Admission: Free, RSVP required
Media: Open to reporting
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