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sarisataka

(19,585 posts)
Wed Jun 19, 2024, 12:23 PM Jun 19

Should the government regulate "News" [View all]

Should networks, like Fox, who regularly present false information as "news" face regulation and/or sanction?


41 votes, 2 passes | Time left: Unlimited
The FCC should be able to order a network to broadcast a retraction for giving false information as news
1 (2%)
The FCC should be able to fine a network for giving false information as news
0 (0%)
The FCC should be able to pull a network license for giving false information as news
0 (0%)
There should be regulatory standards of truthfulness for a network to earn the right to call themselves "News"
5 (12%)
Multiple of the above
25 (61%)
The First Amendment prohibits government censorship
10 (24%)
The First Amendment prohibits government censorship- but maybe that should change
0 (0%)
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