Internet Content Providers, including Singapore-registered political parties that provide content on the World Wide Web over the Internet in and/or from Singapore, are automatically class licensed under the Broadcasting (Class Licence) Notification of the Broadcasting Act 1994, and are subject to the Class Licence Conditions. Political parties providing websites in Singapore are required to register with IMDA within 14 days of commencing their services, or as otherwise notified by IMDA.
Who is this for?
Political parties registered in Singapore that provide content e.g. operate and provide editorial on its political party website(s).
No fee is required.
How to apply?
- Download this form: Registration for Internet Content Providers – Political Parties Registered in Singapore (Form B) (PDF) (372.16KB)
- Complete the form; and
- Mail the original signed form to IMDA at the following address:
Director, Licensing Division
Info-communications Media Development Authority
(Registration for Internet Content Providers)
10 Pasir Panjang Road #03-01
Mapletree Business City
For queries, please email us.
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