Agile Governance

Can we control fake news?

Children, mimicking the actions of their paired adult, read newspapers at Martin Place in Central Sydney September 8, 2008. The campaign,? Children see, children do, make your influence positive? was launched at the first day of the National Child Protection week. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA) - RTX8J9Z

Yes, we need news organizations to deliver reliable information; but we also need those receiving it to be savvy consumers. Image: REUTERS/Daniel Munoz

Aleksander Dardeli
Executive Vice President, IREX
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