MediaReview Wants to Standardize How We Categorize Visual Misinformation

One thing you learn when you start fact-checking is that, while some things are clearly true or false, there’s a lot that falls in between. What seems like a binary is often more of a messy spectrum: “factually accurate but deeply misleading,” “got the numbers wrong but the broader point is correct,” “there are some studies that support that, but the preponderance of data shows the opposite,” and so on.

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