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The Sunday Times reported (on Sunday) that passports will be needed to register mobile phones, after which mobile users' details will be collated on a centralised government database.This would supposedly cut a loophole out of the upcoming Communications Data Bill, which the Home Office has proposed should include a centralised database of details of all communications, including phone, email, and web-surfing habits.
As noted in this report, there are about 150 government services in Singapore that are accessible via mobile devices like mobile phones and PDAs. Let's take a look at some of the services that are available to the mobile citizens of Singapore:SMS: Citizens can sign up at MyeCitizen portal to receive SMS alerts when their passports are about to expire and when their road taxes and library books are due.
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