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The new law took effect in December 2014 and in September 2016, at the request of the Motion Picture Association of America(MPAA), became the first website to be blocked under the amended act.Under the new law it is an offence, punishable by jail terms and fines, for people to place bets on overseas gambling websites from Singapore.In 2012, blogger Alex Au was made by the Attorney General's Chambers and prime minister Lee Hsien Loong to remove his blog posts and apologise several times for various issues, including his questioning of the judicial sentencing of doctor Woffles Wu for a traffic offence, as well as his observations of the saga involving the sale of the ruling party's town councils' software to an IT firm.He was subsequently charged for scandalising the judiciary in 2015 for suggesting judicial partiality towards two constitutional challenges against the Singapore law criminalising sex between men in his blog posts.
The amendments allow copyrights holders to apply for court injunctions, making it compulsory for internet service providers block access to websites that "flagrantly-infringe" intellectual property.
He was charged again for contempt of court for several cartoons questioning Singapore courts for their differential treatment, based on status of nationality and political affiliation of the defendants.
The Sedition Act carries a maximum penalty of three years imprisonment and a fine of S,000 (US ,939) if found guilty. Chew states that he “was interrogated for over 30 hours and placed under island arrest for 3 months and (had) to report for bail extension 6 times during that period.” Academic Cherian George noted that in most cases, state action to prosecute individuals was instigated by complaints from members of the public, and the offensive content were spread further by those reporting the offence.
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Internet censorship in Singapore is carried out by the Media Development Authority (MDA).