As online readers seek the correct words to learn from, the amount of uncertainty and distrust should only grow with it.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 26, 2013
Absolute Rights has published their latest article on the recent influx of inaccurate and quick to be published news that surfaced as a result of the latest tragedies in Boston and West, Texas.
Written by Eric Pickhartz, the article focuses on the speed at which news was leaked, whether the information was verified, fact-checked, or even true at all.
The article said that “Never before has there been such a high level of information overload, and seeing the discrepancies across different news outlets makes me believe no one truly knows the truth as quickly as they claim to know it.”
“Is there a price to pay for this need to know? Will people instantly assume the facts they are fed are truly factual? Where is the line between opinion and thought?” asked the article. “Some news outlets make the line almost impossible to distinguish.”
“With the ever-growing and ever-accelerating rate of information output, the Internet continues to marvel and amaze in terms of sharing facts and manipulating fiction,” said Pickhartz. “As online readers seek the correct words to learn from, the amount of uncertainty and distrust should only grow with it.”
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