Posted 31 May 2013 - 02:19 PM
That's the whole point -
It seems a stewput move. Those that are trying to do a good and honest business will get "pinged" - those that are "not liked" by the authorities can be caused problems, and those truly nasty and subversive won't be affected at all.
Seems a totally irrational way to go about things
what I find stupid is:-
they claimed news website are the ones needing to adhere to this. are sites reporting news called news website or are there official directories of news websites?
if it is the former it is quite stupid. forums, blogs and facebook also discuss and report Singapore news. if you leave these sites out, controlling the other "official news reporting sites" are quite farcical.
Posted 01 June 2013 - 11:23 PM
Lawful businessmen want to do business in China, don't forget to register your websites.
Posted 09 July 2013 - 10:59 AM
In response to NCMP Yee Jenn Jong, who aired concerns from local infocomm start-ups that the regime would affect the business environment, as well as Mrs Chiamís fear that this has affected Singaporeís business-friendly image, Dr Yaacob felt that the impact on businesses was over-stated and that the regulations would not affect business operations nor stifle creativity.
Is that some kind of "limpeh kar li kong"??
Dr Yaacob knows it will not stifle creativity, how does he know?
Posted 12 July 2013 - 02:19 PM
Posted 12 July 2013 - 02:52 PM
Unker Sam hoot liao.
Wah lao eh. If even US is telling us off, you know we really jin jialat. US is a country that spies on it's citizens all the time for crying out loud.