Singapore tightens the reins on excessive social media content material

Singapore passed legislation on Wednesday empowering authorities to order social media platforms Facebook, TikTok and others to remove “egregious content” such as those promoting self-harm, sexual exploitation, terrorism and hate.

The law tightens regulation of social media in the city-state, where rights groups have accused the government of using legislation to stifle free expression.

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