Twitter accounts that are controlled largely by bots have been observed targeting Australians in the run-up to the Federal Election on 18 May, a researcher from the Queensland University of Technology Digital Media Research Centre claims.
Singapore has proposed a law to police social media, with those who spread lies online that harm the public interest to be jailed for 10 years, while companies that host the falsehoods would be fined up to S$1 million (A$1.03 million).
Microsoft's Edge browser has labelled the Daily Mail's UK edition as fake news, with the extension named NewsGuard that comes along with the mobile version of its browser making this judgment.
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