Editorial Policy

Editorial Policy

Fact-Checking Policy

MS News strives to remain factual in all our published editorial content. Our content should be verified across independent sources, based on sound evidence, and presented in non-ambiguous and concise language.

We are also committed to declaring if facts are unknown, and we always make an effort to urge our audience to avoid speculation. Allegations, claims, and unsubstantiated rumours will be stated as such, and efforts will be made to verify all claims with the relevant parties prior to publishing. Facts will be presented as they are without distortion or bias.

Serious factual errors will be addressed immediately, to be corrected in a clear, timely and appropriate fashion.

Ethics Policy

At MS News, our editorial standards reflect our belief in the freedom of expression tempered with social responsibility.

We remain neutral and serve the public interest, in order to establish the truth via fair and accurate reporting. This also means that our newsroom operates with integrity and within legal means based on Singapore’s laws.

Any conflict of interest when it comes to branded content will be declared and labelled as such, so as to ensure the audience understands if content is sponsored or written in collaboration with clients.

For organically written content, all journalists and editors will be required to declare any conflicts of interest before being assigned any project.

Corrections Policy

When errors in publishing occur, we will respond promptly to correction requests and will acknowledge and clarify any mistakes.

Updates or corrections will be denoted with an update notice marked with a time & date stamp at the top of each article, as well as an update in the Facebook post.

If the errors are more trivial in nature — i.e. typos, grammatical errors — that don’t change the angle or meaning of the story, no additional note will be added after corrections are made.

Under exceptional cases, where there are weighted risks of leaking personal info or possible legal repercussions, it is our editorial practice to remove such material on a case-by-case basis.

Privacy Policy

Who we are

We are MustShareNews (often stylised as “MS News”), a Singapore-based news network aimed at delivering accurate and factual news to the public. We do not in any way collect any form of personal data or information from you, the reader, whenever you visit this website. In the event that you feel that your data has been compromised, you may wish to contact us via our contact form to clarify.


We do not allow comments, nor do we store any comments. In the event that visitors leave comments on the site, we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection.

An anonymized string created from your email address (also called a hash) may be provided to the Gravatar service to see if you are using it. The Gravatar service privacy policy is available here: https://automattic.com/privacy/. After approval of your comment, your profile picture is visible to the public in the context of your comment.


Any media uploaded onto this site are owned by us or otherwise stated. We do not, in any manner or form, allow media from the public to be uploaded onto this site.


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