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The Ridiculous Panic over Misinformation

Surpirse over Misinformation

  Even if you reside under a rock, you’ve heard about the problem of online misinformation. While discussions around online misinformation went mainstream during the 2016 presidential election, they exploded during the COVID-19 pandemic. At least for scientific misinformation, which is a reminder that we now have categories of misinformation…political, scientific, health…as if there is […]

“Et tu, NYT & WaPo?” Time to Blame the Messenger

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  By: Dr. Eeks The White House’s war on COVID-19 “misinformation” took a major hit in the last week when Ben Wakana, Deputy Director of Strategic Communications & Engagement of the White House COVID-19 Response Team, lambasted the liberal-friendly New York Times and Washington Post for their tweets about COVID-19 transmission for the vaccinated versus […]

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