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Select Committee on Deliberate Online Falsehoods – After the Recommendations : Now for the Hard Part
The multi-pronged national framework to tackle the spread of malicious content online, as proposed by the Select Committee on Online Falsehoods, is commendable. However, challenges in implementation remain.
Building Resilience Against Disinformation : Need for Wider Education
Increasingly, cyber threats have been directed at targets with economic, political and social impact with the aim of sowing confusion, fraying civic threads, and intensifying existing polarisations. Singapore needs to ...
Engaging Youth as a Bulwark Against ISIS Extremism
ISIS considers psychologically vulnerable youth as a strategic resource to be exploited. It is thus important for governments, civil society and businesses to harness youth as a bulwark against ISIS extremism.
Social Media and “Fake News”: Impact on Social Cohesion in Singapore
Social media’s wide reach and influence accentuate the negative effects of inaccurate sentiments circulated online. Building resilience is essential in maintaining Singapore’s social cohesion.
Bill to Protect from Online Falsehoods : Refinements Needed
The Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Bill Singapore is set to introduce should be viewed as a first step in developing a suitable approach towards countering the threat of disinformation online. To ensure ...