Feb 152016
 
 February 15, 2016  Online, Surveillance

John Vibes writes:

The federal government spent $1 million to create an online database that will collect “suspicious” memes and track “misinformation.” The project, which is known as the “Truthy Database” is being funded by The National Science Foundation, but it seems as if the operation has some powerful political motivations.

Ironically enough, the project takes its name from a term that was popularized by television personality, Stephen Colbert.

Read more on Activist Post.

Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link.

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