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Sex ads removed from Craigslist Singapore
Wed, Nov 10, 2010
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A WEBPAGE offering sexual services on classifieds portal Craigslist Singapore was taken down following a my paper report published yesterday.

The report said that the Erotic Services section of the website could still be accessed by slightly modifying the Internet address of the site.

In August, the Media Development Authority requested the portal to remove the section.


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