Stephen M. Kramarsky ()
Over the last few decades, technology has fundamentally changed the way people create, consume and understand information. With that change has come a shift in the way we understand core concepts like “facts” and “truth.” In November 2016, New York Times technology journalist Farhad Manjoo, in an article titled “How the Internet Is Loosening Our Grip on the Truth,” wrote: “Digital technology has blessed us with better ways to capture and disseminate news … . You would think that greater primary documentation would lead to a better cultural agreement about the ‘truth.’ In fact, the opposite has happened.”
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