David Avella: ‘It’s Up to Viewers to Decide What Information They Believe and Trust’

‘Ultimately, it’s up to viewers to decide what information they believe‘

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FAULKNER: “Whose job is it to look at material on Twitter and Facebook and the like and decide what gets blocked?"
AVELLA: "Ultimately, it’s up for viewers to decide what information they believe and trust.”

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