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Books, Self-censorship: Singapore's Shame

Internet Politics: Surveillance and Intimidation in Singapore available for free download

See James Gomez’s Monash University page here for this book which “provides the reader with an insider account on the workings of politics, surveillance and Internet control in the city-state.”

Also available here his 1999 book Self-Censorship: Singapore’s Shame which “examines the culture of self-censorship in the city-state and explains why this practice leads to the censorship of others.” Read my post here on this book.




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