A small follow-up post related to the announcement I made previously. Should let you understand why I decided to do what I decided to do.
Anyway, it’s the Frankfurt Motor Show this month and I’m really excited for photos to start appearing on the internet. Alot of manufacturers are revealing new models and new concepts. I’ll be blogging about them here.
SINGAPORE : For the first time in Singapore, two bloggers have been charged under the Sedition Act for making racist remarks.
They are 25-year-old Nicholas Lim Yew and 27-year-old Benjamin Koh Song Huat.
A subordinate court was told that both their blogs had content that cast aspersions on the Malay community.
This sparked off a heated discussion online.
Both men are out on bail of S$10,000 each.
The case will be heard again on September 21.
A person is deemed to have committed an offence under the Sedition Act if he does, or conspires with any person to do, any act which has a seditious tendency.
It is also an offence to utter any seditious words or to print, publish, sell, distribute, reproduce or import any seditious publication.
Among others, a seditious tendency is defined under the Act as one to raise discontent or disaffection among the citizens or residents and to promote feelings of ill-will and hostility between different races or classes of the population of Singapore.
First time offenders can be fined up to S$5,000 or jailed up to three years or both fined and jailed.
For subsequent offences, they can be jailed up to five years and have their seditious publications forfeited and destroyed. – CNA /ct
Malaysia has a Sedition Act too.