[ZDNet] Singapore moots ‘foreign interference’ law with powers to issue online platforms take-down order

Ministry of Home Affairs has proposed a Foreign Interference Bill that will arm the government with the ability to issue directives to platforms, including social media and websites, to remove or block access to content deemed part of hostile information campaigns.

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[This is a guest diary by Yee Ching Tok (personal website here (https://poppopretn.com)). Feedback welcome either via comments or our contact page (https://isc.sans.edu/contact.html)] In light of recent challenges brought about by COVID-19, the need for remote work, meetings, training, and learning has increased exponentially. A secure and optimized network would certainly allow users to do […]

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