Facebook Pressured By the Singaporean Government to Remove a Post Because it Contains 'False' Information, Reuters

Apparently the Singaporean people are just supposed to trust the government when they say something is false. Never mind the fact that government officials constantly lie and engage in corrupt activity at the expense of their people; if they say it’s untrue, it’s untrue.

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(Reuters) “The government said in a statement that it had issued an order requiring Facebook “to publish a correction notice” on a Nov. 23 post which contained accusations about the arrest of a supposed whistleblower and election rigging.

Singapore said the allegations were “false” and “scurrilous” and initially ordered user Alex Tan, who runs the States Times Review blog, to issue the correction notice on the post. Tan, who does not live in Singapore and says he is an Australian citizen, refused and authorities said he is now under investigation”. Read more

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