NUS takes disciplinary action against student in sex-blogging case
The National University of Singapore has meted out disciplinary action against the law student who posted offensive material online.
Last month, Alvin Tan Jye Yee posted explicit videos and pictures of himself and his girlfriend on the Internet.
The NUS Board of Discipline has "concluded that Alvin's inappropriate conduct was detrimental to the reputation and dignity of the university".
He has been notified of the decision.
When the university was contacted by Mediacorp, it did not specify the nature of the disciplinary action.
A spokesperson said all matters relating to NUS disciplinary proceedings are confidential.
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