Netflix says IMDA got it to remove five titles in Singapore
Some query the move given the ease of access online while the Infocomm Media Development Authority says the content code aims to protect youth.. Read more at straitstimes.com.In this digital age where content is so easily accessible, some viewers are wondering if there is any point to censoring movie and television titles online. This was the question raised after streaming service giant Netflix revealed in its inaugural Environmental Social Governance (ESG) report recently that it took down nine pieces of content from its library in selected locations around the world after receiving government demands to do so. Please subscribe or log in to continue reading the full article. Learn more about ST PREMIUM. Enjoy unlimited access to ST's best work Subscribe Now Read more: The Straits Times
People acting as if they can't pirate HQ elsewhere We requested the most! While other only requested one or two. Can't really remember but good job! For being and overachieving asswipe! 😀👍🖕 They're just weeding out the bad stuff. Nanny state Nothing new here The movies were 'Cooking on High', 'The Legend of 420' and 'Disjointed' for weed and 'The Last Temptation of Christ', 'The Last Hangover' for religion.
Yeah talk to me bout it.🖕 So the Gov gets to dictate who watches what? Wow. I don't use Netflix, the SIN's governance focus on Singaporeans' wellbeing particularly for teens and young adults! Don't complain if you don't care about your customers' real benefit!
Football: After Uefa ban, Mourinho jokes about Guardiola's 2018 titleBIRMINGHAM (REUTERS) - Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho has jokingly asked whether Manchester City's two year ban from Uefa for breaching Financial Fair Play rules, means they will be stripped of their 2018 Premier League title.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Asia's first 24-hour esports working space opens in SingaporeIts vision is to serve as an incubator for the brightest up-and-coming talent in Singapore’s esports scene. The Gym, Asia’s first 24-hour co-working space dedicated to esports, officially opened its doors in Jalan Besar on Feb 13. Set up by...
Singapore GP official Janette Tan conferred Charlie Whiting AwardFor Janette Tan, winning an award named after her late mentor and father figure was especially poignant. The 41-year-old, who is Singapore Grand Prix's deputy clerk of the course and senior manager for race operations, described being conferred the inaugural Charlie Whiting...
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