Potential online falsehoods should be reported directly to the relevant Ministry as they would be best-placed to assess if a statement is a falsehood and whether it is in the public’s interest to act.
If you are unsure of which Ministry the falsehood falls under, you may also report the falsehood here.
Ministers may instruct the POFMA Office to issue a direction if there is an online falsehood and it is in the public interest to do so. POFMA Office will only issue POFMA directions upon instruction from a Minister.
Please note that we will share necessary data with other Government agencies so as to serve you in the most efficient and effective way unless such sharing is prohibited by law. We will not share your Personal Data with non-Government entities, except where such entities have been authorised to carry out specific Government services.