08 Jun '16, 11am

Singapore to cut internet access for government workers

Story highlights The move is being introduced to tighten government security It's unclear how secure the computers will be or how workers will communicate (CNN) So that's the end of Googling from the office. By next May, none of Singapore's public servants will have access to the internet while at work. The city-state, which prides itself on strong law and order, is cutting off online access for government workers from about 100,000 computers, according to the Straits Times. A memo is being sent to all government agencies, outlining the new policy, which has been introduced to increase security, according to a statement from the Infocomm Development Authority. "The Singapore Government regularly reviews our IT measures to make our network more secure," the statement said. Read More "We have started to separate internet access from the work stations of a selected group of p...

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