Daily SG: 3 Dec 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 3 Dec 2013 #singapore #oursgconv
• The colour purple
• Throwing money at the situation don’t really work (Part 2)
• Unblurring the Lines on Online Harassment
• The coming Red tide: China’s ambitious push into the South China Sea and its impact on Singapore
• This frightened government has shown its hand

Daily SG: 2 Dec 2013

Credit: SGAG Regulating the Internet – The Singapore Law Review: Internet Regulation – A myth in Singapore? – TOC: A (dangerously) confused PAP Government – Breakfast Network: Can’t breathe online… – Singapore Ideas: Accountability, et al. – Singapore Notes: Is Cyber City Burning? – DKSG: Another fake Ministry of Manpower website spotted Truth, Justice and …

Daily SG: 19 Nov 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 19 Nov 2013 #singapore #oursgconv #anonymous #Messiah #aware #NS
• The perplexing case of Purple Light
• Faceless negotiation doesn’t work in Singapore
• Why Malay weddings are held in void decks
• Banning the Conversation
• Sticks and stones may break my bones…
• WP’s frightening silence

Daily SG: 18 Nov 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 18 Nov 2013 #singapore #oursgconv #anonymous #Messiah #aware #NS
• Game Time
• Purple Light: Myths, Misinformation & Misogyny
• NS Debate Part 1: A different defence model?
• Why did the hacker not get a lawyer?
• Minimum wage is one hot topic …
• Ashley Madison to Mugabe – PAP song and dance about public morality

Daily SG: 15 Nov 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 15 Nov 2013 #singapore #oursgconv #anonymous #Messiah
• Singapore hacking cases show importance of deep infocomm expertise
• The Messiah Saga: Some men just want to watch the world burn
• Drug mule escapes gallows after Singapore law reform
• Whither secular Singapore?
• Measure for measure
• English as is spoken in parliament

Daily SG: 14 Nov 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 14 Nov 2013 #singapore #oursgconv #anonymous #Messiah
• Right to counsel – lawyer M Ravi seeks court’s declaration on constitutional rights
• Secular state at centre of hijab debate
• How Private Property Widens Singapore’s Income Gap
• Comment: Singaporeans need more space, not more rules
• Blind Loyalism: The Demise of Progress

Daily SG: 13 Nov 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 13 Nov 2013 #singapore #oursgconv #anonymous #Messiah
• The Messiah, the Crowd, and the State
• On State Nannying
• Hijab: Compulsion or choice?
• Retaining the right to detain
• Multiple Lines of Assistance

Daily SG: 12 Nov 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 12 Nov 2013 #singapore #oursgconv #anonymous #Messiah
• Attack of the Messiah
• Internalising our Diversity
• In Singapore, Calls for Poverty Line Amid Rising Inequality
• Progressively regressive
• Actions Speak Louder

Daily SG: 11 Nov 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 11 Nov 2013 #singapore #oursgconv #anonymous #AshleyMadison
• The PM vs Anonymous
• Self-Serving Messiah
• Sexless In Singapore
• Being Muslim is not only about wearing a Hijab
• Singapore poverty in the spotlight
• Singapore’s Exploited Immigrant Workers
• Summons till you see stars!

Daily SG: 8 Nov 2013

Daily SG – What everyone is talking about: 8 Nov 2013 #singapore #oursgconv #anonymous #tudung
• Singapore PM’s website hacked by Anonymous
• Hijab issue as a litmus test
• A fairly distributed fare review
• Singapore’s 27 billionaires worth $64 billion
• Work permit holders should be free to change jobs
• The Ashley Madison Controversy in Singapore Analyzed
• Freedom