Congress Passes Orwellian “Disinformation And Propaganda” Act

Congress Passes Orwellian “Disinformation And Propaganda” Act

Although it is important that we question everything we read, it is just as important that we do not let the government control what we read.

Thanks to unprecedented advances in technology, people are able to access information at rates and levels that would have been unimaginable even a couple decades ago. We can store information that would have taken entire libraries to fill in times past on devices no bigger than our hands today, and transmit it faster than anyone could have dreamed of. This has made it possible for ordinary people to not just find news, but disseminate it as well.

The downside of this is that since everybody can share news, anybody can, leading to misleading and even outright false stories spreading. Even worse, this gives the busybodies in Washington a pretext to exert their control over alternative media.

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