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Commentary: Redpilling, rabbit holes and how far-right ideology spreads in online spaces
Article published by CNA (13 February 2021) SINGAPORE: The Internal Security Department (ISD) recently announced the detention of a 16-year...
Tackling the public safety threat of 3D-printed ‘ghost guns’ in Singapore
Article published by Today Online (3 February 2021) 3D printing technology is often heralded for its potential to democratise manufacturing...
TraceTogether: A chance for Singapore to restore track record on data privacy and security
Article published in Today (22 May 2020)
Information society In Hong Kong and Other Asian ‘Tiger’ Economies
For Hong Kong, an island-economy dependent upon its competitiveness as a world financial and trading centre, and as an entrepot to China, the challenge of information technologies is particularly intriguing.
Telecommunications in China – More Than Was Bargained For?
Article published in New Technology Quarterly, Q4, 1997.
Telecommunications in Hong Kong
The ending of the Hong Kong Telephone Company’s (HKTC) monopoly on the provision of the domestic public switched telephone network (PSTN) marks a turning point in the history of Hong Kong’s telecommunications. From 1st July four new Fixed Telecommunications Network Services (FTNS) licences came into effect, issued to HKTC, Wharf Holding’s New T&T (Hong Kong) Ltd, Hutchison Communications Ltd and New World Telephone Ltd.