Mis- and disinformation harm our fundamental freedoms and prevent the enjoyment and realization of our human rights, according to the United Nations.
And Interpol (International Crime Police Organization) “labels such people who spread mis and disinformation as cybercriminals,” reported investigative journalist @_whitneywebb.
So, what’s being advocated by those in power is, “Let’s stop focusing on the content, but go after the people that make that content and go after the ways that these people disseminate their information. And we can assume, with Interpol involved, how they finance themselves.”
*The opinions expressed by the hosts and guests in this show are not necessarily the views of Children’s Health Defense.