Three Reality Filters To Detect Lies, Misinformation, and Deception

A book published thirty-five years ago reveals the tools

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Information overload and media blitz are making it increasingly difficult for people to know truth from falsehood, and facts from fiction.

Social media helps spread fake news and incubates echo chambers of prejudice and hatred…

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Mukundarajan V N

Mukundarajan V N

Retired banker living in India. Avid reader. I write to learn, inform and inspire. Believe in ethical living and sustainable development. vnmukund@gmail.com

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