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”.
Information Minister calls on the public to help officials monitor fake news.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday denied bail to a news fixer who was charged over his role in the production of a sex trafficking documentary dismissed as fake news.
With concerns rising over fake news, media specialists say journalists have a vital role to play in curbing the spread of false information.
Over 50 migrant workers who returned to the Kingdom are not fired by a factory but were working illegally, Embassy says.
PM wants journalists to refrain from reporting fake news or inciting news that may cause insecurity, armed conflict and chaos in the country.
An Information Ministry official has warned that the development of new technologies can also have a negative effect on a nation.
Interior Ministry identifies a number of FB accounts impersonating government officials.
The Information Ministry calls on journalists to combat fake news disseminated online.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng rebuked reports that the new Phnom Penh police chief Lieutenant General Sar Thet is his brother.
Interior Ministry is investigating calls on Vietnamese nationals to vote in the election.
Military police clarify details about the misconduct of a former officer accused of damaging the force’s reputation by fake news.
The Interior Ministry is investigating a Facebook account that fabricated news that Vietnamese Association has called on its citizens to vote in the election on 29 July.
Cambodian embassy in Bangkok releases a statement dismissing a video as “fake news”.
Military Police arrest a former officer after warning him to stop posting fake news.
False information is saturating political debate worldwide and undermining an already weak level of trust in the media and institutions, spreading further than ever on powerful social networks.
The gov’t will begin to take action against fake news on websites and social media.
Journalists and media professionals from several countries attend a conference here to seek a way to deal with fake news.
Asean ministers met on the sidelines of the 14th Conference of Asean Ministers Responsible for Information yesterday in Singapore and agreed on a framework to combat the spread of fake news across Southeast Asia.
City Hall urges the public to calm, over reports of dismantling Russey Keo bridge.
Phnom Penh Capital Hall today released a statement informing the public to remain calm after reports were published online on Tuesday saying that unidentified men were dismantling the newly built Russey Keo district bridge.
Western political leaders encouraging hostility towards the media are playing with fire.
Vietnamese Prime Minister asks Cambodia to enhance the exchange of information.
Malaysia’s government pushes a law that makes “fake news” punishable.