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What websites do you normally frequent? Are these websites credible? When is credibility more important and when is it less important? Support your answers with specific examples.
Weegy: I usually visit CNN for the latest news and I believe they are credible. Credibility is important if you are telling facts and providing opinion to key issues. (More)
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What is the difference between current sources and relevant sources? Is it possible a source might fit one category, but not the other? How?
Weegy: Source can be current if they were just created but the content are yet incorrect. There are many website when you search on goolge that once you open it, it does not contain any information related to your search at all. [ [ while relavant sources are information are more reliable source of date or information. Yes it is possible a source might fit one category, but not the other. ] (More)
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Can any of us, in our own course research projects, see that current documents will be crucial, or not so crucial? :-)
Weegy: That would depend on the documents, documents usually last two to five years before they become outdated. Some documents last longer. (More)
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In 350 words what impact of the internet on politics
Weegy: The puppet politicians will divide up control of the Internet between the highest 'bidders' (read campaign contributors). [ So I don't think the Internet is going to have much effect on politics, other than to solidify corporate greed and its effect on politics. What I expect to see will instead be an enormous impact on consumers, who will have to start paying not just for access to the Internet, but for access to content on a much broader level. Sort of like a return to the days when being online for many people meant AOL and its exclusive content - before the world wide web killed that model. The difference will be competition for content and thereby a share of the marketplace. Good for content providers and distributors, probably bad for consumers whose options for accessing that content are going to shrink and rise in cost. Moreover, the Internet has been a largely untamed beast. Even now many politicians don't quite get it. It's a love/hate relationship, but mostly one of fear. The thought of being able to use it to further subjugate the masses makes some of them salivate, and no doubt many would rather cede control of it to corporate interests so that they don't have to take responsibility for regulating it. ] (More)
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What impact of the internet has on politics
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