In Singapore, if school not happy with a student's blog, student will kena suspended and blog gets shut down.
In USA, if school not happy with a student's blog, and punishes him, student sues school and wins.
A New Jersey school district will pay $117,500 to a student who was punished for creating a website that included critical statements about his middle school.
The settlement of the lawsuit brought nearly two years ago follows a decision by a federal judge ruling that Oceanport school administrators violated Ryan Dwyer's free speech rights...
"While my parents and I are happy the case is resolved, most importantly, I'm hopeful this will help ensure that free speech rights of students aren't trampled on again in the future," said Dwyer, who is now in 11th grade...
"Our schools should encourage debate and political engagement rather than punishing students who provide a forum for free expression," Barber said.