The new tactic was tested in Sri Lanka, which was recently rocked by inter-religious over false information posted on the world's leading online social network.
The Nikkei Asian Review reports that capital outflow has increased and the ringgit and stock market are not doing well as the government has not come up with new economic policies that inspire confidence.
In a Facebook post spiced with sarcasm, the activist lawyer responds to the former prime minister's concern over the fall in stock market following revelations of the 'real' national debt figures.
Oversupply of properties and concerns over the economy and the political situation are depressing the property market, says report.
This follows a server failure in Singapore, app developer says.
The price of RON95 is RM1.98, for RON97 petrol RM2.24 and diesel RM1.88.
BMI Research says although ringgit will decline this year to about RM4.50 to the US dollar, it is likely to claw back some losses over the longer term.