The man who posted a fake video relating to Covid-19, claiming testing kits are possibly contaminated, has been arrested. Police spokesperson Brigadier Novela Potelwa said the 55-year-old man was expected to appear in court on Tuesday following his arrest on Monday by police from Parow police station in Cape Town.[…]
Amnesty International has raised concerns over free speech in Qatar, after the gas-rich nation enacted a new law that criminalises the publication of “false” or “biased” news with up to five years in prison. The rights group said in a statement on Monday that the new measure, which includes a fine of more than[…]
By Anees Teladia Modern technology has many benefits in today’s world, of which is the ease of the spreading of news and information through social media, instant messaging and digital platforms. This ease of access to information and content creation, however, does pose a significant challenge to users who wish[…]
There is a concerning trend of fake news circulating on social media with the aim of tarnishing certain businesses, which potentially have serious legal implications. While social media has become vital for small businesses and corporate companies to market themselves, there is a dark side – as they can suffer[…]
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