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Re: How do you decide what to trust?

Posted by Thrud on October 31, 2001, at 1:49:39

In reply to How do you decide what to trust?, posted by Dr. Bob on October 30, 2001, at 1:56:11

> 1. From the perspective of someone looking for information, how do you decide what information to trust? What leads you to trust a web site? Another group member?

If the writer(s) seems knowledgeable (I guess I judge that by how logical and 'lucid' they seem) then that initially leads to some trust regarding the information they provide. I then go to the Google search engine to get more details/verify what they have said.
As for trusting a website, only the confidentiality/encryption issues matter to me.

> 2. From the perspective of someone providing information, do you just pass it on, or do you try to present it in a certain way?

I pass on my personal experiences only and try to be objective: not 'pushing' or 'trashing' anything in particular.





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