Launched on September 13, 1996, Disinformation was designed to be the search service of choice for individuals looking for information on current affairs, politics, new science and the "hidden information," that seldom seems to slip through the cracks of the corporate-owned media conglomerates.
While the SubCulture search engine, which focuses the searcher's queries on those portions of the Web that are relevant to our areas of interest and research, remains an important feature of the site, Disinformation has become a leading source for original writing and reporting, led by editor Alex Burns. The site features 'dossiers' on a broad variety of topics with links to selected sites covering many sides of a given issue or topic, both pro and con.
We'd also like to remind you that the name of this site is Disinformation. We encourage you to research each topic for yourself: check out all the links, especially the ones that seem contrary to your views; question the motivation of the writer and publisher; and form your own opinion about the Information that is being presented. We suggest that you treat all other news/information outlets in the same way - the media have strong biases which directly affect the way in which news and information is presented to you - and very often that leads to disinformation.
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