Two Singaporean men will stand trial in February for illegally uploading more than 900 songs from Malaysian and Indonesian artists on a popular relay channel. They were arrested by the Intellectual Property Rights Branch of the Singapore police who received the information from the Recording Industry Association of Singapore (RIAS). , a body that represents Sony and Warner music here. If found guilty, each man could be fined jailed up to five years and fined up to 100,000 Singapore dollars. This is the first case in Singapore of home users facing the music for not-for-profit copyright offenses.