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‘Fake news has to be stopped jointly’

IndiaTimes Thursday, 3 October 2019
However, he said the government would not take any step to curb media freedom and suggested there should be self-regulation of over-the-top platforms (OTT), like there was for print, electronic media and films. OTT platforms include news portals and also ‘streamers’ such as Hotstar, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, which are accessible over the internet.
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