Technology is not the answer as the journalist of tomorrow needs to be educated on how to discern what’s real and fake.
Politicians from the coalition and other opposition leaders are in the dark over a viral picture depicting a Cabinet line-up should they take over Putrajaya in GE15.
Several Facebook postings show the 'Anwar Ibrahim edition' card being sold at RM50, RM150 and RM250 per piece.
Can we trust politicians who have no qualms about using a fake degree when they declare their assets to the public?
However, Altantuya's cousin Burmaa Oyunchimeg says Altantuya showed her a slightly different photograph taken in Paris which featured the same three people.
Lee Soon Chieng pleaded guilty to possessing over 1,200 jerseys.
A British tourist was allegedly rape in Koh Samui.
EPF says contents were false and did not come from the agency.
A man who pretended to be a gynaecologist and fertility specialist for a decade was labelled a "base charlatan" by a Melbourne judge and jailed for more than nine years.
"If we must defend freedom of the press, if we must protect journalists, we must employ these type of techniques," he added.
It says the posting allegedly made by Miri MP Dr Michael Teo Yu Keng is fake.
Facebook axed 583 million fake accounts in the first three months of 2018, the social media giant said Tuesday, detailing how it enforces "community standards" against sexual or violent images, terrorist propaganda or hate speech.
The Prime Minister's Office urges the public to use their judgment when presented with such allegations.
There are no special circumstances to grant a stay in the case, says High Court.
Tawau cops respond to viral claims on social media that girl, aged 10, had been raped.
An irate Umno chief wants the fake poster to be investigated under the Anti-Fake News Act.
A high-level Australian union official was suspended Tuesday amid claims he was involved in a fake "Black Lives Matter" Facebook page that raked in thousands of dollars in donations.
The Pasir Mas MP says it is just a political ploy ahead of GE14.
He says there are always speculative reports that try to project an image of strife in Malaysia whenever an election is held.
Crooks are reportedly impersonating top personalities in Monaco, including even Prince Albert II, to scam money from high-flying victims.
FMT takes a look at the claims made by a woman in the 'Isn't 10 years enough' video and provides a fact check on each item of claim.
Home ministry, through the National Registration Department and Immigration Department, closely watching entry points to detect fake MyKad holders.
Trader is believed to have been selling fake firearms in Melaka for the past two months.
The feuding 'world leaders' sparked excitement when they infiltrated the press area before being tackled by security.