International Business & Economy The Singapore Daily takes its impersonator to task

The Singapore Daily takes its impersonator to task

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The prominent aggregator of alternative news in Singapore, The Singapore Daily, has taken to Facebook to clarify that its brand name has been misused by a website which goes by the URL: thesgdaily(dot)com, and publishes online news articles targeted at Singaporeans.

The editors of TSD clarified that they do not have any dealings or affiliation with that website.
“It is unfortunate that the webmasters of that site have chosen to misrepresent The Singapore Daily brand, which has been painstakingly built over the years,” they added.

It is unclear who is behind the website thesgdaily.com but it’s articles are prolifically shared in the Facebook page of TR Emeritus.
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