by Kenny Chee, The Straits Times, July 6 2021
The Singapore government plans to strengthen the city-state’s copyright regime by outlawing the sale of set-top boxes that offer access to online streams of pirated movies and television shows.
If found guilty under the proposed amendments, individuals can be fined up to S$100,000 (AUD$99,000), jailed for up to five years, or both. Companies can be fined up to S$200,000 and retailers can be sued by copyright owners.
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