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com), dedicated to exposing disseminators of inaccurate information on the Web, EPS posted details about the incident, answering the individual's claims, and offering links directly to his accusations for viewers to browse for themselves.
It adds that "false information is that information which is not based on reliable, scientific facts and reliable, scientific data which the disseminator knows or should have known to be false.
In Kansas, the Legislature hopes that the Information Network of Kansas (INK) will eventually replace the secretary of state's role as electronic information disseminator.
Through the development of research programmes, regular publications and the organisation of international meetings, The Geneva Association serves as a catalyst for progress in the understanding of risk and insurance matters and acts as an information creator and disseminator.
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SCI is the leading provider and disseminator of best practice to the steel construction sector.
Due to his charisma and credibility, even off of the fairways he will be an ideal disseminator of our ideas and philosophy, especially with a view to the North American market.
We see our role really as partner, as convener, as advocate and champion, as supportive critic, as disseminator of best and promising practices and as an incubator of leaders," Ms.
The first is the imminent sale of the Racing Post, about which lips will have to remain sealed until the ink has dried on the contracts but which, quite obviously, will give those who control racing's principal disseminator of information a never-to-be repeated opportunity to lay down a blueprint for the paper's future.
At all levels the frequency of rote practice, memorization, the search for one right answer, calculations that can be performed by calculators and computers, and the teacher as the disseminator of information needs to be decreased.
This is to say that while the Latin-based and didactic theater of the colleges perpetuates some of the old forms, it also proves to be the incubator and disseminator of the new theater.
It says the US is 'a country owing its origins to propaganda' and heralds it as 'the largest disseminator of propaganda and persuasion in history'.