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We are Anonymous
– TOC: The PM vs Anonymous
– Medium.com: Self-Serving Messiah
– Techinasia: Condemn Anonymous, but thank them, too
– The Star: Has the cyber war begun?
– Senang Diri: Trophy targets in a cyber war: A look at Anonymous Singapore (Anonymous SG) versus the Singapore Government
– Zit Seng’s Superwall: Threatening the Cyber Attackers, Really?
– My Singapore News: Singapore should say thank you to The Messiah
– Pressrun.net: Hackers triumph, property prices fall: Singapore getting less rich and secure
– Wise Mental King: Should we underestimate Anonymous?
– It all made sense in my head: My views on Anonymous
– S M Ong: Hacked? I’d be more worried about a blowtorch
– A Singaporean In Australia: We are the PAP
– Singapore Notes: Buggered
Life is Short, Have an Affair?
– Quartz: Singaporeans applaud their government for cracking down on philandering
– Poached Mag: Sexless In Singapore
– I on Singapore: Media Development Authority blocks extramarital dating website Ashley Madison
– PetuniaLee™: MDA Blocks Ashley Madison
– Marry Thai Girl Singapore: Singapore to Block Ashley Madison
– Everything Also Complain: Ashley Madison banned in Singapore
– Singapore Armchair Critic: From Harrying Long-Haired Men to Embracing Casinos
– New Nation: S’poreans guessing which porn site got bumped off MDA’s Top 100 censored list
Regardless of Race, Language or Religion
– [FB] Pergas Singapore: Pergas’ Response to the Tudung Issue for Female Muslims at the Workplace
– Hornbill Unleashed: The headscarf is not the issue, freedom is
– SGbangla: Being Muslim is not only about wearing a Hijab
– Dum Fata Sinunt, Vivite Laeti: IMH and Acupuncture
Singapore Inc is happy, Singaporeans however…
Singapore’s modern slave trade low skilled foreign labour
– The Daily Beast: Singapore’s Exploited Immigrant Workers
– The Long and Winding Road: The green, green grass, disappearing from home
– Singapolitics: Lim Hwee Hua: ‘Trust in Temasek and GIC is still intact’
– Breakfast Network: When news is canned
– Seksi Matashutyrmouf : Why Singapore doesn’t value its engineers
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