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Disclosing Conflicts of Interest May Not Result in More Neutral Information, or Appropriate Assessement of its Neutrality

Its a truism that disclosure of conflicts of interest makes information more reliable and lets people make better judgments of its neutrality.  As this article in the NYT discusses, that may not be as true as we would like. A … Continue reading

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