by Laura Hollis at CDN –

For years we’ve been hearing nonstop warnings about “misinformation” and “disinformation.” What’s the difference? According to Business Insider, “misinformation” is false or (important distinction) “out-of-context” information, presented as fact but without the intention to deceive others. “Disinformation,” on the other hand, is factually false and disseminated with the intention of …
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