Fake news and targeted disinformation campaigns threaten the economy, environmental protection and democracy.
They divide our society, for example on issues such as pandemic control. They impede important political decisions, for example on climate protection. They threaten future projects and jobs, for example the modernisation of our increasingly overloaded mobile communications infrastructure and the Internet of Things.
By increasing polarisation, they prevent constructive dialogue and agreement on common truths, thus damaging our democracy.
We do not want to leave the interpretation of the world and the important decisions about our future to conspiracy believers and manipulative disseminators of false information.
We do not want to leave the interpretation of the world and important decisions about our future to conspiracy believers and manipulative disseminators of false information.
We are fighting for the achievements of the Enlightenment – for science and facts to regain the significance they deserve; for politics and business to decide on the basis of verifiable facts and not on the basis of misinformation, half-knowledge, misunderstandings, insinuations, false conclusions, twisted facts or even conspiracy myths.
We are guided by the principles of scientific information processing.
When we disseminate information, we disclose the sources and declare what kind of information is involved: facts, statements or conclusions, or speculation and conjecture. We avoid repeating misinformation or innuendo.
In this way, we want to contribute to leaving a better world for our children and grandchildren.
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