< 1min read A peek into the seedy network of the censorship-industrial-complex, and how actors weave a cloak of respectability through association with academia and official agencies, as they manoeuvre the revolving doors of power.
6min read It is increasingly apparent that people’s day-to-day lives are being shaped by a global elite that reside outside of our democratic systems. And our experiences strongly suggest that these powerful actors are repeatedly deploying nudges.
22min read During the UK Parliamentary debate on the WHO Treaty there was a noticeable contrast between those supporting the petition and those opposing it. This article analyses the arguments made by those rejecting the petition, drawing on insights from Behavioural Science.
4min read A major concern is that the WHO’s infodemic research agenda lacks earnest discussion on where health authorities’ own choices and guidelines contribute to ‘misinformation’, ‘disinformation’ and even ‘malinformation’.
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