(Steve Watson) How to stop pesky ‘conspiracy theories’ (information they don’t like) from gaining traction online has become the number one preoccupation of social media overlords. Now they may have a solution.
(Joe Martino) If you’re feeling like it is becoming quite confusing to navigate information these days, you’re not alone. Who do you believe? Why is there such a divide? Is it really that hard to get to truth? The answer is no, but if we can’t discuss ideas openly, become polarized in our positions, and have fear driving us at a deeper level, it might be a lot more difficult.
(Joe Hoft) Far-left Politico released a report yesterday claiming the Hunter Biden laptop story is Russian disinformation.
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(Justin Deschamps) The following Washington Post article attempts to debunk the suspicion drawn by many that Michael Baden, the medical examiner who oversaw the Epstein autopsy, is likely a Deep State operative, used in high-level murder cover-ups.
(Neuroscience News) An online game in which people play the role of propaganda producers to help them identify real world disinformation has been shown to increase “psychological resistance” to fake news, according to a study of 15,000 participants.
(Stillness in the Storm Editor) In the digital age, photographs, video, and the written word can’t be trusted, not completely. Everything you hear about that passes through electronic media could be presented in a misleading way, or downright false. As people, we do our best to fact check. Once done, we share our discoveries with […]