#Free My Internet Protest

#Free My Internet Protest


On Wednesday, 28 May 2013, the Media Development Authority (MDA) announced that online news sites with more than 50,000 unique viewers from Singapore a month would be asked to put up a S$50,000 performance bond and “comply within 24 hours to MDA’s directions to remove content that is found to be in breach of content standards” (the “Licensing Regime”). These license guidelines will “apply to all content on the news sites, including readers’ comments on the news sites”.

#Free My Internet protest was organized by bloggers on 08 June 2013 at Hong Lim Park. This event is passed. Thus, this app serves as an access point on Android mobile devices to the public domain Youtube videos (on this event) that were created by some concerned Singaporeans.

You could help to create awareness by encouraging friends to install this app via e-mail, SMS or QR-code.
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On Wednesday, 28 May 2013, the Media Development Authority (MDA) announced that online news sites with more than 50,000 unique viewers from Singapore a month would be asked to put up a S$50,000 performance bond and “comply within 24 hours to MDA’s directions to remove content that is found to be in breach of content standards” (the “Licensing Regime”). These license guidelines will “apply to all content on the news sites, including readers’ comments on the news sites”.

#Free My Internet protest was organized by bloggers on 08 June 2013 at Hong Lim Park. This event is passed. Thus, this app serves as an access point on Android mobile devices to the public domain Youtube videos (on this event) that were created by some concerned Singaporeans.

You could help to create awareness by encouraging friends to install this app via e-mail, SMS or QR-code.
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