Malaysia's proposed anti-fake news law has been received with widespread scepticism, despite the government's repeated assurances that the law will not be used to stifle dissent.
Malaysians are fully aware of the dangers of fake news. But they are also worried about giving the government yet more powers to curb criticism on issues of the day - especially on the eve of a general election.
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