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By now, it should be very clear that satire will not fall foul of a new law to tackle falsehoods after Law and Home Affairs Minister K. Shanmugam reiterated this point last Friday.
But whether satire can be a form of "fake news" - as a widely slammed Media Literacy Council (MLC) Facebook post suggested - is less settled, reflecting the need for a unified understanding, say analysts.
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