This Is How Your Fear and Outrage Are Being Sold for Profit
Tobias Rose-Stockwell

One solution to sensational and misleading news, at least as an individual, is to be a selective consumer. An analogy with food may be useful. Just as we each are responsible for choosing a healthy diet from the cornucopia of junk food in markets, we can decide what news sources and stories to read, view, and hear.

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