22 Apr '11, 11am

SingTel has taken down game content from its website which a member of the public described as "sexually explicit

SINGAPORE - SingTel has taken down game content from its website which a member of the public described as "sexually explicit". The games, which were listed next to the categories labelled "Disney and Kids", required neither username nor password to download. This meant that any member of the public, had access to the games, according to Ms Karen Lim who alerted the media. In an email statement to MediaCorp, Ms Lim highlighted that she saw "pages of naughty games ...". Ms Lim said she raised the issue with the telco's customer service department. A SingTel spokesperson said: "Recently, some mobile gaming content was not presented in the best possible way and this caused concern for a customer. We have taken that feedback seriously and removed the content. We can assure our customers that this was not explicit adult content." She has also written to the Ministry of Communit...

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Singapore/EDC110422-0000341/On...

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