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Facebook Asked To Suffocate Freedom Of Speech In Singapore

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Facebook Asked To Suffocate Freedom Of Speech In Singapore

Facebook Asked To Suffocate Freedom Of Speech In Singapore

According to Business Insider, "Facebook has raised concerns about sweeping new fake new laws in Singapore.

A bill, targeting "online falsehoods and manipulation," grants the government powers to demand that internet "intermediaries" like Facebook block information they deem to be fake news." Human Rights Watch's deputy Asia director Phil Robertson said in a press statement, "Singapore's ministers should not have the power to singlehandedly decree what is true and what is false...

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Facebook Asked To Suffocate Freedom Of Speech In Singapore

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