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PM Prayut Chan-o-cha is urging people to report fake news rather than share it, especially regarding Covid-19. He says that misinformation shared online through social media is causing confusion in the residents of Thailand and people should help to weed out bad information so facts are more clear and easier to find. The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society has a division specifically formed to combat the influx of fake news during the pandemic and to attempt to minimise the harm caused by the disinformation. The Anti-Fake News Centre says that just in one week between January 14 and January […]

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2 hours ago, Thaiger said:

PM Prayut Chan-o-cha is urging people to report fake news

Especially His, when he starts campaigning during the next election ….. come on you fact checkers you have a ministry to report your findings to ….

The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society has a division specifically formed to combat the influx of fake news

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I remember a photoshopPed image of someone standing knee-deep in a flooded area... Obviously fake news.

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And who will decide what is considered to be fake news ? At the moment any dissenting view from the government narrative is deemed fake news. The main stream media are just parroting what the politicians are saying and everything else is being censored and silenced. Maybe we should just be "allowed" to hear all the versions and leave it up to our own judgement as what to go along with. Especially with regard to the Covid narrative their are very competent voices that we are not allowed to hear. Wonder why.

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18 hours ago, Thaiger said:

PM Prayut Chan-o-cha is urging people to report fake news rather than share it, especially regarding Covid-19. He says that misinformation shared online through social media is causing confusion in the residents of Thailand and people should help to weed out bad information so facts are more clear and easier to find. The Ministry of Digital Economy and Society has a division specifically formed to combat the influx of fake news during the pandemic and to attempt to minimise the harm caused by the disinformation. The Anti-Fake News Centre says that just in one week between January 14 and January […]

Is this urge fake too?

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18 hours ago, Thaiger said:

people should help to weed out bad information

The Health Minister - that must be right up his cannabis soi.

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