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HOW S'PORE JUDGE CLEMENT TAN THREW OUT ACS PARENT'S LAWSUIT OVER CONFISCATED IPHONE

I accept that there may be a risk that until the matter is fully and finally disposed of, the School may be faced with demands from parents or guardians for the return of confiscated phones. This may also send a wrong signal to the students that they can use their mobile phones during school hours with impunity, thus rendering the Phone Rule otiose, however temporarily this might be so. To this extent, I agree that there may be some “loss of school discipline and principal’s authority” in the School. In light of the above reasons, I dismissed the plaintiff’s application with costs.

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PARENTS OF SEC 2 ACS BOY SUED SCHOOL FOR CONFISCATING HIS IPHONE

Parents of a Sec 2 student have sued his school, ACS (Barker Rd) for confiscating his handphone. The boy was using his iPhone 7 in class when it was confiscated by the teacher. According to the school's rules, anybody caught using handphones in class will have their devices confiscated for 3 months. The boy himself indicated that he was aware of the rule. However, his parents were relentless as they sent letters demanding the school to return their son's phone immediately. They threatened to take this to the court if nothing is done. They finally decided to take the case to court when they did not receive a reply from the school.

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NG ENG HEN: TERREX ISSUE - OUR LAWFUL RIGHTS

Adherence to the rule of law has been the fundamental basis for peace and stability for the last half century in Asia and indeed the world. It enables countries, both large and small, to build trust and confidence in one another, cooperate and prosper together. Under ASEAN’s Treaty of Amity and Co-operation, signatories pledge “to promote regional peace and stability through abiding respect for justice and the rule of law”.

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RECKLESS E-SCOOTER RIDERS RIDING AT 80KM/H - WHERE IS LTA?

This is a video of reckless e scooters riding down at least 80km/h and this is very reckless, LTA have to take actions against errant riders like this who makes the scooting community have a bad name, LTA needs to enforce on stricter penalties such as ambushing them with a net or confiscate such reckless electric scooters.

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NEA OFFICERS "CURSED" FOR CONFISCATING ILLEGAL CURRY PUFFS SOLD OUTSIDE MOSQUE

In an Facebook post that had gone viral, local netizen Imran Olsen shared an image of NEA officers confiscating curry puffs from an 'illegal' hawker stationed outside a mosque in Pasir Ris. Imran lamented that "the officers confiscated the usual karipaps and drinks we buy always after our Friday prayers". The 'illegal' hawker has been outside the mosque selling his food stuff every friday for many years. Furthermore, this was done with the Masjid's permission.

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