December 14, 2009
Temasek Review said:
Ms Jayne Goh made headlines this year with the setting up of the Association of Blogger ostensibly to “educate” bloggers on responsible blogging.
The association drew flak from the online community with many bloggers expressing scepticism about the organisation, questioning its purpose and leadership.
It was boycotted by most major blogs including the Temasek Review.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Ironic that founder of Singapore Bloggers Association wanted to promote responsible blogging, but ended up defaming people and being sued."
March 11, 2006
Very Quick Summary 1. I encountered bad service from a tuition agency, and gave feedback, only to get back ridiculous replies 2. I blogged about it 3. 10 mths later, the agency came back and kaopeh about it, forcing me to delete the post 4. I did so, but apparently not to their satisfaction. 5. The agency sent me 2 letters with barely-veiled threats, which i assume to be legal action. I do not rule out any other possibilities since they know my contact numbers, home address and have copies of ALL my education certs. 6. They are forcing me to sign up for some programme if i fail to delete my post with exorbitant, and if i may say, ridiculous charges. (Read: A sixth of a NKF peanut)
Recommended by jkaiser: "I’m posting this up myself to get legal advice on how to deal with this moron, who on one hand is seriously not worth fighting against, but on the other, i dun like the idea of being threatened by him. Appealing to lawyers, paralegals, ppl who have experience with defamation, law students etc, if you can afford a few minutes, pls chip in with some advice for me on how to handle this. Editors, if this is too sensitive to be posted up, pls tell me yea..thanks"