Following the lifting of the COVID-19 curfew in May 2020, Thai youngsters led a series of nationwide protests demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Prayut
Since 2017, ASEAN member states have either introduced new legislation, revised existing laws or are using current regulations to penalise individuals and organisations for disseminating
Quality journalism has been thrown up in discussions that search for measures to combat fake news on social media. Proponents argue that if quality journalism
The politics of delay around the repeal of Malaysia’s Fake News Bill offers an opportunity to manage racial disinformation that can lead to social tensions.
In spite of the United Nations (UN) Fact Finding Commission’s indictment on 28 August 2018, recommending Myanmar’s military officials “be investigated and prosecuted” for “genocidal
ASEAN’s framework to minimize the harmful effects of fake news has a serious omission if we look at the issue of disinformation holistically. What is