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How information becomes misinformation


An article written for the Kyiv Posts considerably changes from the original draft version to the printed issue. A headline that betrays the content and a few deliberately addeded sentences  mislead the reader. The dispute for the truth with the editor, the threat of not being paid. My personal experience.

An article written for the Kyiv Posts considerably changes from the original draft version to the printed issue. A headline that betrays the content and a few deliberately addeded sentences  mislead the reader. The dispute for the truth with the editor, the threat of not being paid. My personal experience.

Today I use this blog to tell a personal case that just happened to me. I wrote an article for the Kyiv Post that has been turned into a piece of propaganda. With my signature below.
An experience that gave me yet another confirmation of how the war of information on the Donbass has reached levels out of control. At least, outside the control of those who want to do unbiased information, honestly. It also showed me how neither of the warring parts – Russian and Ukrainian media – is immune to a risk of propaganda that destroys good information.

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