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A week later it turns out the entire incident was a hoax. Having learned something, we tend to cling to that belief, even in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. It is equally important that we not conflate technical literacy with information literacy. I trust that my plumber knows what he's doing, right? While imperfect, these systems of checks and balances at least helped moderate the flow of false information. But we have now set the record straight. All this goodness was packaged into a single generic word innovation, and anything that stood in the way of innovation—like maybe the rule of law—was bad. Getty Images.
While imperfect, these systems of checks and balances at least helped moderate the flow of false information. Scam artists seldom have anything new to say.
Policymakers promoting programming and data science courses in schools often equate such efforts as steps towards combatting misinformation but knowing how to code has nothing to do with knowing how to think critically about the information in front of you.
Someone promising you an investment that will never lose money? Or did they recognize it and not care until they were forced to care amid the fallout from the investigations into Russian meddling?
Similarly, don't assume that references legitimize a mailing—they may be part of the scam. In a world in which everyday citizens must fend for themselves in the digital free-for-all, students must be taught how to conduct what amounts to the kind of investigative research historians specialize in.
What do you think the people are gonna say about Twitter in the future? Keep in mind that your year-old neighbor can publish on the Web as easily as the New York Times can!
Dont believe everything you read in the papers
All rights reserved. Unfortunately, our education systems have not adapted for this new digital age. I mean, what's going on to make us not skeptical enough? Hoaxes and hysterias have been around a long time. Don't perpetuate scams or contribute to Internet traffic congestion by forwarding email of dubious origin. With easy accessibility, low cost, and wide distribution, the Internet is a great medium for disseminating falsehoods and inaccuracies. It seems somewhere along the way our distrust of unknown information gave way to blind trust in anything and everything we see online. There's so many different social networks. Why are the American public so routinely fooled? New information comes in all time, and the thing we ought to be thinking about doing is changing our beliefs as that new information comes in. There may be a hidden fee. Do you believe everything that's put in front of you? The "NewsHour" lied. You want to take your time to evaluate the information. Feel more comfortable with the scientific method?
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