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What Does “Trust in Media” Even Mean?

On Substack and what constitutes trustworthy behavior

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The Washington Post published a story a couple of days ago about the fact that Joseph Mercola, who is perhaps the number one purveyor of anti-vaccination disinformation in America (though maybe a little less known to mainstream pro-vaccination people than Robert Kennedy Jr.) has recently found a platform for…

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Elizabeth Spiers

Elizabeth Spiers

Writer, NYU j-school prof, political commentator, digital strategist, ex-editor in chief of The New York Observer, founding editor of Gawker

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