Tag: fake news
Last week, Apple launched a human-curated political news section to help readers steer clear of falsehoods surrounding the midterms.
Peter Mutharika denied reports accusing him of fraudulently benefitting from a government contract.
It is the first time a mainland Chinese reporter has been banned from the island for "creating cross-strait conflict," according to Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council (MAC), which handles official affairs with China.
The billionaire refutes any suggestions of impropriety or cronyism on the part of the government and Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
The essence of the message, written in Hindi, was that 500 people disguised as beggars were roaming the area so that they could kill people to harvest their organs. Police say the message was fake.
IGP Mohamad Fuzi Harun says police have accepted explanation given by prime minister on matter.
The young MP dismisses a piece of news on social media that she is going to marry the king, saying people should concentrate on saving Malaysia’s economy instead.
The news portal has no legal standing to question Anti-Fake News Act, court told.
Lawyers for Liberty reminds PH of its election manifesto to abolish the law.
EC chairman Mohd Hashim Abdullah disputes claims that early voting ballots have been counted, and that ballot papers have been rubbed with wax to make it difficult for voters to mark.
The home minister says permit only allows circulation to members but copies are on sale at news vendors and shops.
BN chairman says he is very enthusiastic after receiving briefings by Umno leaders.
As the GE14 campaign enters the final lap, more and more politicians and others are using this four-letter word.
MCMC to be asked to trace Facebook account with remarks posted about the actions of the Election Commission and police.
In his statement in conjunction with World Press Freedom Day, the DAP secretary-general says a free media is crucial in providing a level playing field for all politicians.
KL police chief Mazlan Lajim says this is one of eight police reports made regarding the general election.
Party president Yong Teck Lee says the party will no longer underestimate smear tactics used against it, having learned a bitter lesson in the 2013 polls.
Najib describes this claim as a 'big lie' by opposition.
Salah Salem Saleh Sulaiman, who pleaded guilty, was jailed and fined RM10,000 by Sessions Court in case related to recent Palestinian’s assassination.
He says this was a malicious act aimed at instigating hate against the government.
Customs director–general T Subromaniam blasts critics for not understanding the reason for GST exemption given to ECRL builder.
The prime minister tells a group of foreign military men that the opposition somehow seems to welcome this.
False message went viral saying that Tunku Ismail would visit Johor supermarkets, and foot up to RM200 on shoppers' grocery bills.
Stopfake.org is a website dedicated to combatting the spread of fake news.