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Singapore Blogger Sentenced To Jail For Social Media Posts

One Singapore blogger is bringing the topic of free speech in the country into the international spotlight. Amos Yee is known in the country as a controversial teenage blogger and has once again found himself in legal trouble for his posts. Amos Yee has been sentenced to jail for social media posts that were considered […] The post Singapore Blogger Sentenced To Jail For Social Media Posts appeared first on The Blog Herald.
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