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Should the Government Be Allowed to Shut Social Media Down?

Ivlynn Yap, Crisis Communication Lead Counsel, Citrine One | Niki Cheong, media researcher, University of Nottingham, UK

11-Sep-19 18:00

Should the Government Be Allowed to Shut Social Media Down?

In the event of a national crisis, would you object to the government imposing a ban on social media to curb the spread of misinformation? We get your thoughts.


Produced by: Tasha Fusil

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Kelvin Yee


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