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- n. Information that is incorrect.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Untrue or incorrect information.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Wrong information; false account or intelligence.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. information that is incorrect
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Overcoming this systematic indoctrination in misinformation is a tall order.
He also disputed what he called "misinformation" in the press about what Google is doing.
But Mr. Christie was the union's first major foe in years, and the union says it had to fight back against what it called misinformation from the governor.
However, it was in a later exchange that Stewart got actually angry at Wallace, as he talked about what he called the misinformation that Fox News gave its viewers.
Federal Communications Commission member Mignon Clyburn in a speech Tuesday, criticized corporate lobbyists for spreading what she described as misinformation about a proposal to reclassify broadband as a telecommunications service.
Had the Bush administration solicited reports of what it characterized as misinformation and rumors about the Iraq war the likes of Mr. Collins and Mr. Hutchins would have been outraged, and rightly so.
I want to get to some of those specific points and some of what you call misinformation coming up at the town hall.
Democrats fed up with contentious town halls and what they call misinformation are getting ready to push through a bill with no Republican support at all.
Mike, poor ignorant boy, the misinformation is a no brainer, like you.
Belsky called back about an hour after hanging up on a reporter, saying that Rotering had also upset him because she was putting out what he called misinformation about the city.