A long list of rights groups and others have erupted over a loosely-worded and draconian bill before the Malaysian parliament that would provide for sentences up to 10 years for printing so-called fake news, saying the bill would unduly limit freedom of opinion or expression and could be used to suppress legitimate criticism of the government.

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