“Fake news” isn’t being talked about just in the U.S.:
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is launching a "National Security Communications Unit" to combat fake news. https://t.co/kQWRcoOP4e
— Axios (@axios) January 24, 2018
CNN’s chief national security correspondent Jim Sciutto thinks the U.S. government is behind the curve on that issue:
Europe is WAY ahead of the US on this – a concerted effort from UK, to Italy, France and Eastern Europe. https://t.co/POyK4XymdH
— Jim Sciutto (@jimsciutto) January 24, 2018
Really? Be careful what you ask for:
Think it through, mainstream media!
In other words, according to some, that’d be awesome!
Reporter, and former Obama appointee, is all for censorship.
— Carl Gottlieb (@c_cgottlieb) January 24, 2018
So you want Big Brother overlooking your work? Good to know.
— Dr Sebastian Stones (@Allout1) January 24, 2018
That's probably because we believe in something called "freedom of speech" https://t.co/XAEsxV8ktj
— Alex Lederer™ ????? (@Kevin_Fed16) January 24, 2018
— Joe (@JoeC1776) January 24, 2018
In that case, a government official, President Trump, already calls CNN “fake news” on a regular basis. So in a way, Sciutto has what he wants.