There was a thread not to long ago, that mentioned the differences between;
Misinformation and Disinformation
Well, considering the
chances or odds of us here at ATS covering that, and the recent Gov detailing it, not even a month later. Looks almost coincidental to me, almost. The
first link is most informative, how ever I recall reading it some time before. Second link, is more of a lesson by example.
If any one remembers the thread, please do post, I can't for the life of me.
With out any further delay, and to stick to the topic of this forum, here are the announced sited sources linked for every ones benefit, from the
How can a journalist or a news consumer tell if a story is true or false? There are no exact rules, but the following clues can help indicate if
a story or allegation is true.
State: How to Identify Misinformation
Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Confirmation Hearing for CIA General Counsel
John A. Rizzo's Confirmation Hearing Opening Statement
CIA: How to Practice