October 9, 2013-The IP Exporter: The Trans Pacific Partnership and Its Implications on Online Copyright EnforcementSeptember 9, 2012-Global Voices: Singapore: Media Literacy Council to Curb Internet Freedom? (links to globalvoicesonline.org)
July 6, 2012-Yahoo: Most Singaporeans against Internet censorship: survey (links to sg.news.yahoo.com)
May 3, 2012-Southeast Asian Press Alliance: Singapore (2012): Historic elections inspire hope for freer expression (links to seapabkk.org)
March 11, 2012-Singapore Law Review: A Case for Curtailing Free Speech Online (links to singaporelawreview.org)
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