My final piece!!

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  • avatar.jpg EXPERT: Shruthi Umesh @ KPMG
    14 Apr 2021

    Hi Willing_radio thank you for your submission, it is colourful and crisp. Along with reliable source of data we should also be mindful to check the facts and bias, if any. Do you think there is usually some unconscious bias or personal interpretations added in the news?

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  • avatar.jpg EXPERT: Ellen Kerslake Trainee @ Clifford Chance
    14 Apr 2021

    There are some great tips here, thank you willing_radio. You say that we should be careful with statistics, and that if we hear a percentage (like 31% of people prefer dogs to cats) we should try and find out how many people were asked or surveyed. What would it mean if only a small number of people had been asked? Do you think this would make the statistic more or less reliable?

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  • mollymargiotta.jpg EXPERT: Molly Margiotta, Capital Markets Trainee @ Clifford Chance
    14 Apr 2021

    Hi willing_radio, many thanks for your post! I agree that it is important to find reliable new sources, but I'm interested to know how you would prove something is "100% true", if different news sources report conflicting information, how would you suggest you could find the truth of the story?

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  • avatar.jpg EXPERT: Priya Arora
    14 Apr 2021

    Willing_Radio - Indeed, These are very important tips to navigate infodemic. Can you elaborate on sources for news ?

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