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High Court overturns former NUS law professor's sex-for-favours corruption charge
Former National University of Singapore law professor Tey Tsun Hang, who was previously convicted in a sex-for-grades scandal, was on Friday morning acquitted of all his charges in Singapore’s High Court on appeal. Justice Woo Bih Li criticised his character strongly in court, however, calling him “a man without honour” and adding that his actions were morally reprehensible, even if they were not corrupt.
Mobile messaging becoming a bane to telcos
Times are tough for telecommunications companies, according to a CNBC report. It said that the proliferation of Over the Top (OTT) messaging apps, which use the Internet to deliver content, is eating into the SMS revenue telcos used to enjoy. Instead of paying a set amount to sendRead More »from Friday #sgroundup: Former NUS law professor cleared of corruption