The government says the city state is vulnerable to misleading and inaccurate news because of its position as a global financial hub, its mixed ethnic and religious population and widespread internet access. Photo: AFPThe government says the city state is vulnerable to misleading and inaccurate news because of its position as a global financial hub, its mixed ethnic and religious population and widespread internet access. Photo: AFP
The government says the city state is vulnerable to misleading and inaccurate news because of its position as a global financial hub, its mixed ethnic and religious population and widespread internet access. Photo: AFP

Singapore opposition party will comply with ‘fake news law’ after being told to correct post about job losses

  • Singapore Democratic Party indicated it would follow the order regarding post claiming Singaporeans have been displaced from white-collar jobs by foreigners
  • Law enables government ministers to order a correction for a false or misleading claim, and for material not in the public interest to be removed

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The government says the city state is vulnerable to misleading and inaccurate news because of its position as a global financial hub, its mixed ethnic and religious population and widespread internet access. Photo: AFPThe government says the city state is vulnerable to misleading and inaccurate news because of its position as a global financial hub, its mixed ethnic and religious population and widespread internet access. Photo: AFP
The government says the city state is vulnerable to misleading and inaccurate news because of its position as a global financial hub, its mixed ethnic and religious population and widespread internet access. Photo: AFP
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