Monthly Archives: June 2014

Mass online surveillance of UK citizens is legal, says official

One of the latest developments in the escalating debate over privacy in the Internet age. I realised as I was reading this that it is not only the rights or liberties of different individuals that can be in conflict. For instance, my … Continue reading

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10 things that would make me Proud(er) to be Singaporean

Dear fellow Singaporeans, I love my country. But some things about Singapore trouble me. We have achieved so much economically, but socially we leave so much to be desired. If you love your country, you will always desire to make it … Continue reading

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Finally, America leads on the environment

The fight against climate change received perhaps its greatest ever shot in the arm when President Obama unveiled a bold new set of climate regulations requiring US power plants to reduce their carbon emissions by 30 percent. Previously, the global effort … Continue reading

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