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  • Disinformation® All Hallows 'Eve Bulletin: The NEW Disinformation Podcast is of Disinformation: The Podcast, Raymond and Joe speak with author Robert Bauval about his new book

    Disinfo.com

  • Disinformation is a newer word meaning information intended to deceive.

    Misinformation and disinformation

  • Disinformation is a newer word meaning information intended to deceive.

    August « 2008 « Sentence first

  • Disinformation is on Facebook, check out our group or, if you really love us, become a fan.

    Facebooking Gone Bad | Disinformation

  • Disinformation is on Facebook, check out our group or if you love us, become a

    Facebooking Gone Bad | Disinformation

  • Here’s what: “They are undeniably false … as you will discover in Disinformation, the blockbuster book by veteran reporter Richard Miniter. ” SEPT 2005

    Think Progress » Santorum: We Found the WMD

  • 'Disinformation', as many all over the world think, knowing that something like this creature which has wrecked so many countries and is guilty of the murder of millions, definitely can not have a heart.

    Archive 2005-04-01

  • 'Disinformation', as many all over the world think, knowing that something like this creature which has wrecked so many countries and is guilty of the murder of millions, definitely can not have a heart.

    An April Fool's Joke - Henry Kissinger has a heart!

  • "Disinformation" should not be confused with "misinformation," the unintentional form of wrong information.

    Center for Media and Democracy - Publishers of PR Watch

  • "Disinformation": is a preemptive dissemination of deliberately misleading information announced publicly or leaked by a government, intelligence agency, corporation or other entity to prevent a target audience from realising accurate conclusions.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

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