I am deeply disappointed with the comments by Mr Liu Tuck Yew, a senior minister of state at the Singapore Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts, who on February 4th, said among other things, “Contrary to what some may feel, Singapore’s Senior Minister of State for Information, Communications and the Arts, Lui Tuck Yew, has said the internet is not an effective self-regulated regime. ” Duh! And all this while the minister thought it was self regulating? He clearly needs more than a clue. He needs to attend the intenational computer driving license course. I know he will ace it.
He is quoted to say “Significant numbers were unkind. A small number was downright outrageous. It’s disappointing.” I think he needs to be reminded about his PAP colleague, Wee Siew Kim’s elitist daughter’s comments. Yet another instance of the pot calling the kettle black, eh?