Codebreaker

Bill Clinton wants government internet fact checking agency

John Moe May 16, 2011

The former president is tired of all the misinformation and untruth on the web and thinks the government should step in and do something about it. He said the agency could operate independently and offer no opinions just information with notation to verify what it says. The idea, which already exists and is called Wikipedia, but Clinton doesn’t know that, would be a good use of taxpayer money, says Clinton.

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