The alerts included messages such as "a war could break out," a major train station in Taipei being set fire by "Chinese agents" and Taiwan's president declaring a state of emergency.
The media have an unfortunate history of inaccurate reporting of terrorism in Israel and this time was no different.
Russia also blocked access to the Russian-language website of The Moscow Times due to a story about the conflict in Ukraine, the newspaper said.
The public debate began after the IDF, Shin Bet and Israel Police condemned the coverage of Thursday's attack, arguing that it interfered with the forces' actions and revealed classified information.
Readers of The Jerusalem Post have their say.
This was about ratings and drama and there was nothing like it before on Israeli TV.
"Some of the TV channels turned the hunt for the terrorist into actual reality TV, without any censorship or self criticism," the three agencies' spokespeople wrote in bold in a joint letter.
Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
In Israeli media, commentators and other influencers are crafting a narrative that is antithetical to Israel’s core interests.
State media and diplomats have increasingly used its Holocaust narratives to position China as a savior of Jews at a time when the rest of the world neglected them.