Today’s highly interesting read (12/14/18): When ‘Misinformation’ Is Named the Word of the Year

The real consequences of fake news

Today’s read is from Suzanne Fields. Here’s your tease:

In an era of post-truth and “fake news,” factoids are often accepted as the real thing and spread like gossip that quickly becomes gospel among the partisans of both right and left, feeding voracious appetites for support of prejudices.

Read the entire column here.

One thought on “Today’s highly interesting read (12/14/18): When ‘Misinformation’ Is Named the Word of the Year

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