Coronavirus sends Asia's social media censors into overdrive

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Coronavirus sends Asia's social media censors into overdrive

Governments fight back with arrests, fines and fake news laws.

Deluged by misinformation about the new coronavirus on social media, some Asian governments are fighting back with arrests, fines and fake news laws - something free speech advocates fear will entrench measures that can also silence dissent. At least 16 people have been arrested over coronavirus ...

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