Elon Musk To Fight Fake News, Rate Journalists’ Credibility Via a Site Called ‘Pravda’

Elon Musk To Fight Fake News, Rate Journalists’ Credibility Via a Site Called ‘Pravda’
Published on May 24, 2018 at 12:03AM
Elon Musk took to Twitter today to announce his next project: a site called “Pravda” that ranks journalists’ credibility and fights fake news. “Going to create a site where the public can rate the core truth of any article & track the credibility score over time of each journalist, editor & publication,” tweeted Musk. “Thinking of calling it Pravda…” Musk continued: “Even if some of the public doesn’t care about the credibility score, the journalists, editors & publications will. It is how they define themselves.” A subsequent Twitter poll (exposed to mostly Musk followers) reveals that most people believe “this would be good.” Accredited journalist Mark Harris replied to the Tesla and SpaceX CEO with a copy of a Statement and Designation by Foreign Corporation form that names the Pravda Corp. “Er, he’s not kidding folks,” Harris tweeted. “I noticed that one of Musk’s agents had incorporated Pravda Corp in California back in October last year. I was wondering what it was all about…” GeekWire has catalogued a string of replies between Musk and Twitter users who are supportive/unsupportive of his plans.

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