The AFNA defines fake news as news, information, data and reports that are wholly or partly false.
The AFNA has been under stern criticism from dissenters.
One of my former brilliant students, Tevin Gitonga, tells me that only one person has been convicted under the AFNA a Danish citizen who posted that the Malaysian Police took 50 minutes to respond to a shooting incident, on social media, when they had really taken 8 minutes.
Asked on the need of AFNA to curb the dangers of misinformation, Gobind said there were already existing laws in place to deal with those kind of situations before AFNA was passed.
'As I have always maintained in Parliament, the AFNA was tabled hastily, contained too many broad areas and prone to misinterpretation or abuse.
"We take the weight of discounting off their shoulders," explains Nim Vaswani, president of AFNA. "What our clients also appreciate is that there are no fees or set up costs to participate."
Mimi Sperber, gallery owner of Off The Wall, states, "AFNA increased our show sales more than 30 percent.