Ten years from now, we may look back on using primarily clicks to categorize news online like someone trying to measure air quality using a thermometer.
But beyond the value of good information in and of itself, quality information can also help prevent the worst effects of misinformation. While these effects have been thoroughly studied, there is also the question of whether “inoculation” against bad information is enough to combat it.
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