AIMs seeks feedback on New Media

The Institute of Policy Studies and the Law Faculty of the National University of Singapore will be organising the above forum to gather feedback from members of the public on the recently published consultation paper by the Advisory Council on the Impact of New Media on Society (AIMS).

The advisory council was appointed last year by the Government to study the far-reaching social, ethical, legal and regulatory implications of a rapidly growing new media sector. Last month, it unveiled its consultation paper, entitled “ENGAGING NEW MEDIA – Challenging Old Assumptions”. The paper contains recommendations on how and whether Government should engage with citizens, regulate the Internet and protect minors from harmful online content.

The paper is available for download at the website of AIMS (see for the executive summary and for the full paper). AIMS will refine its paper in the light of public feedback before submitting it to the Government.

To register for the forum, please complete the attached Registration Form and email it to Ms Raihidaya Wapa at [email protected] or call 6837-9842.

If you have further queries regarding registration and administrative details, please feel free to contact Mr Aaron Low (Email: [email protected]) or Ms Yvonne Pang, (Email: [email protected]).

If you unable to attend the forum but will like to give feedback on the consultation paper, you can do so at the AIMS website at or at the forum located at You can also give your views by sending a SMS to 94354608 between now and the end of 30 September, 2008.

Thank you.

Mr Tan Tarn How

Senior Research Fellow

Institute of Policy Studies


Details of forum:

IPS-NUS Law Faculty Public Forum “Consultation Paper by the Advisory Council on the Impact of New Media on Society (AIMS)”

Date: 19th September 2008

Venue: Seminar Room 4-4,

NUS Law School,

Block B,

469G Bukit Timah Road

(See map here.)

Time: 4.00 pm – 6.30 pm (Registration begins at 3.30 pm)

Attire: Office Attire

Register:          Registration Form


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