A New York Times Blockchain Project Aims to Help Convince People That a Photo Really Is (or Isn’t!) What It Seems to Be

People—and by people I mean non-journalists here, normals—have some pretty wild misconceptions about how reporters and editors do their work. To take one example: Only 58 percent think that, when reporters use anonymous sources, they actually know who the source is; most of the rest think the journalists themselves have no idea who they’re talking to.

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