Daily SG: 12 Jan 2018

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Foreign Affairs

– Asian Correspondent: Aung San Suu Kyi crowned world’s ‘biggest backslider in press freedom
– The Conversation: The Winter Olympics and the two Koreas: how sport diplomacy could save the world
– New Mandala: Disinformation and democracy in Indonesia

Daily Disclosure

– MothershipSG: Ancient fault lines discovered in Yishun & Jurong, explained
– MothershipSG: S’pore is at high risk of fake news, Select Committee will study the problem in-depth and consult widely
– TechCrunch: YouTube drops Logan Paul from Google Preferred and puts his Originals on hold

Bread and Butter

– SG Budget Babe: What should you consider before taking out a vehicle loan?

Technology Bytes

– The Conversation: Why children should be taught to build a positive online presence
– e27: 2018 may be the year Uber gives up on Southeast Asia, and other predictions
– e27: Ex-Facebook execs think social media is destroying society, but is it really?

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