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Distinguishing fact from fiction in a fast-paced digital world

It is perhaps one of the great ironies of the information age that, although news and information are more accessible than ever before, it is still difficult to distinguish fact from fiction. Digital technologies can be a double-edged sword: they have made our lives more convenient and more confusing. Because we all participate in the same basic information space, these ironies create an environment that challenges everyone, including individuals and institutions.
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