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Yahoo, Singapore journalist comply with ‘fake news’ order on Changi Prison allegations

Yahoo, Singapore journalist comply with ‘fake news’ order on Changi Prison allegations

Malaysian legal rights group says they are standing by their statement.

Invoking ‘fake news’ law, Singapore refutes report on ‘brutal’ executions at Changi Prison

Invoking ‘fake news’ law, Singapore refutes report on ‘brutal’ executions at Changi Prison

Says Malaysian rights group’s allegations that prisoners killed by kick to neck when rope breaks are false.

Singapore declared Southeast Asia’s most ‘powerful’ nation

Singapore declared Southeast Asia’s most ‘powerful’ nation

Though we dropped two spots, 22nd globally is pretty good, considering the competition.

Ho Ching shuts down call for right-turn law review after boy’s dramatic injury

Ho Ching shuts down call for right-turn law review after boy’s dramatic injury

What’s more likely to happen? Better humans, or better public policy?

Singapore Airlines, Scoot divert flights from Iranian airspace amid US-Iran tensions

Singapore Airlines, Scoot divert flights from Iranian airspace amid US-Iran tensions

Missiles targeted US troops this morning in revenge attack.

BREAKING: Facebook gives way to Singapore’s ‘fake news’ law, issues correction on dissident post

BREAKING: Facebook gives way to Singapore’s ‘fake news’ law, issues correction on dissident post

Facebook has yielded to Singapore’s “fake news” law by issuing a correction on a controversial post by States Times Review, after its dissident editor refused to comply with...

Singapore tells Facebook to correct post under disinformation law

Singapore tells Facebook to correct post under disinformation law

UPDATE: Facebook gives way to Singapore’s ‘fake news’ law, issues correction on dissident post Singapore authorities Friday ordered Facebook to correct an article on a...

Singapore tells Facebook to change post after dissident editor refuses to comply

Singapore tells Facebook to change post after dissident editor refuses to comply

From Australia, editor says he’s happy to go to jail for it.

Singapore uses law against misinformation for first time

Singapore uses law against misinformation for first time

Brad Bowyer had questioned the independence of Temasek and GIC in a Nov. 13 Facebook post.


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