WITH EVER WIDER access to news, information, and talk through the Internet, and even gossip, humanity is flooded with more data to process than ever before in history. And that information pool will surely grow.

The question is, How can one determine what information to trust as unbiased, or at least not dishonest? Type "global warming" or "economic stability" into a search engine, and you'll find plenty to read. Is an alarming report meant truly to protect others—or does it have a darker purpose? Which of two opposing reports is actually true?

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September 6, 2010

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