Daily Archives: 2013-07-05

#FreeMyInternet: "More clarity, consultation needed on Broadcasting Act"

By Terry Xu #FreeMyInternet has issued a statement in response to the comments made by Aubeck Kam, Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Communications and Information, during the forum organised by the Singapore Computer Society yesterday to discuss the Media Development Authority’s amendment to the Broadcasting Act. The forum was reported in mainstream media channels, and was also witnessed by some …

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Content standards remains, so why the new regulations?

By Terry Xu Over 50 people attended a two hour long dialog jointly organized by the Singapore Computer Society (SCS) and the Internet Society, Singapore Chapter at the Singapore Computer Society Resource Center. The dialog was organized to analyse and discuss the Media Development Authority (MDA)’s new licensing rules that took effect from 1st June 2013. The panelists invited to …

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Temasek Holdings: 14 pages of ads but what’s missing?

By Leong Sze Hian When I woke up this morning – TGIF (Thank God its Friday) – the sky was bright, clear and sunny. So, my first thought was – great, no haze today. However, when the morning newspapers were delivered – a different kind of “haze” arrived. 14 pages of full colour ads? There were an unprecedented 4 full-colour full …

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TOC TV – Chit chatting on GST Voucher 2013

Leong Sze Hian and Roy Ngerng chat about the GST Voucher 2013, a one-off GST Voucher Special Payment, equivalent to an extra GST Voucher payment, to help lower- and middle-income households with their cost of living pressures.

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