Official dismisses as fake news, claiming that Wuhan has entered Cambodia.
Everything has equal weight. Everything appears in my feed, the good and the bad, the useful and the dangerous. And finally: Everyone on Facebook is my “friend.” And I trust my friends.
Information Ministry tells government officials to address fake news on Facebook.
Bangladeshi Information Minister wants giant platforms to fight fake news.
Huy Vannak calls on all journalists across the world to take part in curbing fake news.
Information Ministry is aiming to work with FB to curb the spread of fake news.
A wave of recently introduced laws in countries across Southeast Asia has increased authorities’ control over the internet and criminalised any online activity deemed to be “subversive.”
Legal action to be taken regarding fake news of Gen Sao Sokha joining terrorist org.
Malaysian lawmakers vote to repeal the controversial law that punished spreading “fake news” with prison.
Singapore’s new law to combat “fake news” came into effect Wednesday despite criticism from tech giants and activists, who labelled the tough rules a “chilling” attempt to stifle dissent.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court tries a former monk who allegedly aired fake news about disputes among government leaders.
US Embassy Should Act as a Bridge between Cambodia and the United States of America, Not the Opposite
The Union of Journalist Federations of Cambodia (UJFC) has been carefully monitoring the dissemination of formal and informal statements on both social media sites and traditional media on the state of affairs in the Kingdom of Cambodia.
The stream of stories swirling around allegations of a deal that would allow for a Chinese military presence on Cambodian territory, is an example of what Washington has become: a Möbius maelstrom that lives by and decries that which it invented: “fake news.”
Prime Minister Hun Sen today refuted an alleged claim that Cambodia has signed a secret agreement with China to allow the latter’s armed forces to use a Cambodian naval base in Preah Sihanouk province.
Legal action to be taken against FB users who post fake news about PM’s health.
Government warns it will take action against Facebook users posting fake news related to health of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
The Defence Ministry and armed forces have been told by Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Prawit Wongsuwon to take legal action to curb the spread of so-called “fake news” and information online.
Phnom Penh Court sentences Rath Rott Mony to two years in prison.
Gen Hun Manith dismisses as fake news, an allegation that he deposited $100 million.
The three days Asia Media Summit which ends today, was a forum for some 600 delegates from 42 countries deliberated mostly on combatting disinformation, including fake news, how to adapt to digital revolution, envisioning the media in the 4th Industrial Revolution and media credibility.
Prime Minister Hun Sen calls on the media to step up the fight against fake news.
PM calls on media to fight fake news, warning against technology which spawns cybercrimes.
Singapore’s opposition party in parliament to oppose a controversial fake news bill.
As never before in previous centuries, the communication of information is so easy, fast and multiform. This gives rise to a phenomenon of unequaled magnitude: fake news and conspiracy theories.
Singapore submitted wide-ranging fake news legislation in parliament.
Man charged for spreading fake news about disputes between Prime Minister Hun Sen and Interior Minister Sar Kheng.
PM calls on ministries to consider creating an anti-fake news law and speed up the draft of an anti-cybercrime law.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday called on everyone to fight against fake news, saying someone was trying to spread false information to destroy Cambodian society.
Family members and friends of a news fixer Rath Rott Mony rallied in front of the Russian embassy for the fourth time to demand its intervention for his freedom.
The Cambodian Livestock Raiser Association (CLRA) has issued a statement denying reports that CP Cambodia’s pork and poultry products are unsafe for consumption, calling the articles “fake news”.