The Court of Appeal has dismissed the appeal by Dr Lee Wei Ling and Mr Lee Hsien Yang over the copyright and use of transcripts of interviews given by their father, founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew. Read full story here.
SINGAPORE — A High Court has dismissed a bid by Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s two younger children to gain control of oral history transcripts of the Republic’s founding Prime Minister from more than 30 years ago. In his judgment released on Thursday (Sept 29), Judge of Appeal Tay Yong Kwang ruled that the content of the interviews was of a politically sensitive nature that Mr Lee himself had wanted to safeguard the confidentiality of, going by an agreement that he had signed after the interviews. For full story click here.