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Thursday 5 March from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm

Convention Center: Room B

organized in collaboration with :
Logo Monde Diplo.

The publishing of all types of documents and their large-scale distribution once required filtering through financial, legal, political, intellectual channels. These "filters" enabled sources to be authenticated and guaranteed expropriation of power.
Are these filters challenged by the Internet, where information generally circulates freely, in the mechanical sense of the term.
However, this information is nevertheless structured by the "hypertext link" network, woven by users, search engines, and the visibility which large media groups, such as CNN, afford themselves, through discussions which could highlight certain messages.
How can we validate the accuracy of the information which circulates over this network?
By trusting known "brands"?
By creating doubt in the face of rumour?
Internet scoops invite prudence, but isn't that the case with the traditional media?

Alain Gresh
- Le Monde diplomatique [France]

Bruce Koon - San Jose Mercury [USA]

José Soriano - Red Scientifica Peruana [Peru]

Paul Mathias - Maître de Conférence (check)[France]

Ignacio Ramonet - Le Monde diplomatique [France]

Louis Chamming's - INA [France]



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