Singapore opposition hit with misinformation law before polls

Singapore (AFP) – Singapore’s government has used a controversial online misinformation law to order an opposition party to correct a social media post, days after campaigning got underway for an election next week. Under the law, ministers can order social media sites to put warnings next to posts the government considers false and order pages be blocked, but critics fear it is being used to suppress dissent. More details in Weekend’s Borneo Bulletin