The Minister said he received complaints from several individuals about their WhatsApp accounts being 'stolen' by irresponsible parties.
The 5G network coverage in populated areas in Malaysia has reached 76.1% as of 30 November.
The Comms and Digital Ministry hopes to cover remote areas with zero access to the internet through the use of satellite technologies.
The government wants to make sure that all social media platforms are registered with MCMC.
The next step after signing the SSA is for these telcos to help DNB complete the 5G implementation process to reach 80% coverage.
Fahmi said his Ministry found a lot of inaccurate, wrong and false content being spread on social media.
But the Comms and Digital Minister said that AI technology can help overcome that shortage.
The ministry hopes to achieve the 'Where there's a road, there's an internet' policy through satellite technology.
The implementation will safeguard Malaysians' data, mitigating the risk of theft by malicious entities and ensuring controlled personal data security.
Despite being 100% foreign-owned, Starlink Malaysia will still have to comply with Malaysia's licence conditions.