Singapore Passes Internet Bill to Block Foreign Interference: even asians hate China and Xiden Biden
Singapore’s parliament passed a new law against foreign interference on Monday that empowers the city-state’s government to better control internet content
Singapore’s Home Affairs Ministry is tasked with protecting the city-state’s national security, civil defense, public safety, and borders. The new foreign interference law allows the ministry to “designate people and entities as ‘politically significant persons’ and then order them to disclose and potentially give up foreign funding,”
“And these are important to ensure that Singaporeans continue to make our own choices on how we should govern our country and live our lives,” he added, as quoted by Singapore’s Straits Times.