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Published: May 29, 2022
The Digital Economy and Society (DES) Ministry has released a list of the top 10 fake news reports that won the most shares and likes between May 20 and 26.
Published: May 03, 2022
Bangkokians should not believe or share fake information that can hurt gubernatorial candidates’ reputations, a top contender said recently.
Published: Apr 17, 2022
Rumours that a Thai man arrested by US authorities on April 4-5 is the son of Privy Council president and former PM Gen Surayud Chulanont are fake news, according to the Defence Ministry.
Published: Apr 10, 2022
A rumour that people should refrain from consuming pork and chicken for six months after “an outbreak of Aids” among livestock is not true, police said on Saturday.
Published: Apr 01, 2022
Police have warned that posting or sharing fake news on April Fool’s Day may be in violation of the Computer Crime Act and can land proponents in serious trouble.
Published: Mar 24, 2022
Angry tourism operators in Chiang Mai are offering gift vouchers worth up to THB50,000 for information that leads to the arrest of anyone posting false news of a new Covid-19 outbreak in the northern city.
Published: Mar 18, 2022
The Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) has warned people to stop believing rumours that it will stop providing bus services from Friday onwards.
Published: Mar 14, 2022
Fake news, rumour campaigns and naysayers have had a huge impact on the battle against Covid-19 over the past two years, top virologist Dr Yong Poovorawan said in a Facebook post on Monday.
Published: Feb 20, 2022
Fake news about the government’s efforts to tackle the Covid-19 crisis is drawing attention and causing panic among people, the Digital Economy and Society (DES) Ministry said on Sunday.
Published: Feb 15, 2022
The Government Savings Bank (GSB) on Tuesday issued a public warning about fake loans from the state bank being advertised online.
Published: Feb 01, 2022
The Cabinet on Tuesday approved a draft regulation for measures to further tighten monitoring of social media, saying it is aimed at fighting "fake news".
Published: Jan 25, 2022
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha expressed concern on Tuesday after the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society (MDES) said it received over 11.5 million reports of “fake news” in the space of just one week this month.
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