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    * Class A Malfeasance: Where a single publication has published two different versions of the truth that are mutually exclusive
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Class A Malfeasance: Where a single publication has published two different versions of the truth that are mutually exclusive
    *    Class B Malfeasance: Where a major outlet writes something that contradicts another major outlet
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    *    Class C Malfeasance: Where one outlet writes something contradicted by other compelling evidence
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Class B Malfeasance: Where a major outlet writes something that contradicts another major outlet
    *    Class D Malfeasance [or maybe this was meant to be part of Class A or B?]: Where a reporter has written something that (1) they are not willing to correct and where (2) they are not willing to defend the absence of a correction
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    *    None of this is about criticizing reporters for not having the "right" ideology, etc
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Class C Malfeasance: Where one outlet writes something contradicted by other compelling evidence
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Class D Malfeasance [or maybe this was meant to be part of Class A or B?]: Where a reporter has written something that (1) they are not willing to correct and where (2) they are not willing to defend the absence of a correction
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None of this is about criticizing reporters for not having the "right" ideology, etc

Revision as of 22:21, 6 February 2021

ProjHastings - Project Hastings: Investigate press malfeasance

  • Leader: Barrett Brown

Class A Malfeasance: Where a single publication has published two different versions of the truth that are mutually exclusive

Class B Malfeasance: Where a major outlet writes something that contradicts another major outlet

Class C Malfeasance: Where one outlet writes something contradicted by other compelling evidence

Class D Malfeasance [or maybe this was meant to be part of Class A or B?]: Where a reporter has written something that (1) they are not willing to correct and where (2) they are not willing to defend the absence of a correction

None of this is about criticizing reporters for not having the "right" ideology, etc