According to the details, the Parliament of Turkey has approved a three-year prison sentence for spreading fake news.
Under the new strict media law, journalists and those who spread fake news on social media can be jailed.
Under the new law, fines will also be imposed on those found guilty of spreading false or misleading information.
In recent years, the Turkish government has been closely monitoring opposition-affiliated media outlets and social media platforms.
It should be noted that according to Turkish laws, insulting the Turkish president can be punished with imprisonment from one to four years.