Experts welcome laws to give faster relief to victims of falsehoods

Fake news has made some companies lose business, jeopardised relationships and even put some in harm’s way.

These victims of falsehood could soon get faster relief, with the proposed expansion of the courts’ powers to order publishers, Internet platforms and third parties to rectify untruths by taking them down, issuing corrections or disabling access to the false statements.

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