Separating bona fide fans from freeloaders: Not all anime programme downloaders in Singapore are equally at risk of being found liable for copyright infringement. Some of them will be in a stronger position than others to invoke the 'fair dealing' provisions of the Copyright Act. The challenge for the copyright owner is to separate the bona fide fans from the bogus freeloaders.Read them all at Topix Singapore News.
Singapore Medical Council in tiff with journal over right of reply: The Singapore Medical Council is taking issue with medical journal The Lancet for not running its letter rebutting allegations made against it in an article by a neurology professor sacked from his Singapore post in 2004.
Ports competition: Don't worry lah, Rafidah tells S'pore: Singapore need not worry about the development of Malaysia's ports and logistics services as a significant amount of goods were being brought in and sent out via Singapore.
Anti-malaria pills replaced after NS man's death: A common anti-malaria pill given to about 30,000 servicemen every year since 1985 has been taken off the inventory following the death of a full-time national serviceman who developed complications.
Lee Kuan Yew, founder of Singapore, changing with times: Vigorous and strong-minded and on the verge of his 84th birthday, Singapore's former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew talked at length about his country's vulnerabilities, its slow movement toward a more open, worldly society and the influence of China, India and the United States in world affairs.
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