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Short Take: Singapore may shift censorship focus

A group that advises Singapore officials on Internet issues is recommending that the government stop censoring political content and instead focus on pornography and violence, Bloomberg Online reports. It's not clear if the recommendation means that sites offering dissident content will actually become available in the authoritarian East Asian country, however, since other censors already block such information.

A group that advises Singapore officials on Internet issues is recommending that the government stop censoring political content and instead focus on pornography and violence, Bloomberg Online reports. It's not clear if the recommendation means that sites offering dissident content will actually become available in the authoritarian East Asian country, however, since other censors already block such information.