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The Singapore government has acted on strong objections by its citizens against Ashley Madison , a dating site for married people to find extra-maritial affairs. It has effectively blocked access to the Ashley Madison Singapore site, which means people on local Internet Service Providers will not be able to access it. Our bloggers outside of Singapore are able to access the ashleymadison. For more information on MDA regulations, please click here.
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Paktor is an app like Tinder that was founded in Singapore in , and has been gaining in popularity ever since. And you can do all that for free. That means no more waiting for people to swipe right on your profile to get a conversation going. You receive free Paktor Points as a reward for using the app.
In a media statement, a spokesman said that while the Government adopts a pragmatic and light-touch approach to regulating Internet content, the MDA blocks "a limited number of sites as a symbolic statement of the types of content which the community is opposed to". It aggressively promotes and facilitates extramarital affairs and has declared that it will specifically target Singaporeans. We will therefore not allow Ashley Madison to operate in Singapore and have worked with the Internet Service Providers to block access to the site. This comes after the Canada-based website, which promotes adulterous affairs on the basis that "life is short", set up a local portal for people to register with it. The Singapore website had stated that Ashley Madison is "coming in November", and The Straits Times understands that the earliest launch date was intended to be in the week of Nov