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Posted by andreas from dtm2-t7-2.mcbone.net ( on Monday, March 17, 2003 at 3:14AM :

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From Disinfopedia, the encyclopedia of propaganda.

Welcome to Disinfopedia, a collaborative project to produce a directory of public relations firms, think tanks, industry-funded organizations and industry-friendly experts that work to influence public opinion and public policy on behalf of corporations, governments and special interests. We are already working on 258 articles.

Anyone, including you, can edit any article right now. See the Disinfopedia FAQ for more background information about the project. Read the help page and experiment in the sandbox to learn how you can use and contribute to the Disinfopedia.

The content of Disinfopedia is covered by the GNU Free Documentation License, which means that it is free and will remain so forever. See Disinfopedia:Copyrights for the details and open content and free content for background.

Propaganda and the Current War Crisis
As the United States moves closer to a unilateral declaration of war with Iraq, public understanding of war propaganda has become a matter of vital concern. For up-to-date analysis, we hope you will use (and contribute to) our essay titled "Weapons of mass deception."

Articles Organized by Topic
case studies of deceptive PR campaigns
corporate PR campaigns
industry-friendly experts
industry-funded organizations
list of lists
public relations firms
think tanks
war propaganda

Research and Writing Tips
How to research front groups
Article guidelines

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