What’s the point of the Disinformation Resistance Community (DRC)?
Members of the DRC find and assess important information that should be Distrusted or Trusted. The DRC enables consumers to block Distrusted from view so they are not adversely affected by disinformation.
What benefits can I obtain by becoming a member of the DRC?
Members can fully participate in contributing knowledge, assessing information, and collaborating with other Trusted members. Members can personalize the blacklists and whitelists used in filtering.
How do I search the Internet while blocking Distrusted content?
The DRC search function invites you to show or block content based on its content and its trustworthiness assessment. Knowledge contributed by members can also be searched and filtered
What’s your Knowledge Bank (KB) for and how can I use it?
Our KB contains refined and Trusted knowledge of several types:
  • Pearls are short essays
  • Nuggets contain Facts and their evidence
  • Gems identify Trusted articles that answer key questions
  • Jewels link key questions to the Facts that answer them
Members can formulate Conjectures they want other members to assess.
How can I most effectively help fight disinformation?
Become an active member of the DRC:
  • Challenge false, misleading, or biased information as Distrusted
  • Endorse credible and evidence-based information as Trusted
  • Up vote unassessed articles and Conjectures you find important
  • Contribute to our Knowledge Bank and share it
Model safe behaviors for producing and sharing information:
  • Avoid reading and reproducing Distrusted information
  • Carefully assess information before endorsing it as Trusted
  • Learn and communicate the dangers of disinformation
What’s the point of the Disinformation Resistance Community (DRC)?
Members of the DRC find and assess important information that should be Distrusted or Trusted. The DRC enables consumers to block Distrusted from view so they are not adversely affected by disinformation.
What benefits can I obtain by becoming a member of the DRC?
Members can fully participate in contributing knowledge, assessing information, and collaborating with other Trusted members. Members can personalize the blacklists and whitelists used in filtering.
How do I search the Internet while blocking Distrusted content?
The DRC search function invites you to show or block content based on its content and its trustworthiness assessment. Knowledge contributed by members can also be searched and filtered.
What’s your Knowledge Bank (KB) for and how can I use it?
Our KB contains refined and Trusted knowledge of several types:
  • Pearls are short essays
  • Nuggets contain Facts and their evidence
  • Gems identify Trusted articles that answer key questions
  • Jewels link key questions to the Facts that answer them
Members can formulate Conjectures they want other members to assess.
How can I most effectively help fight disinformation?
Become an active member of the DRC:
  • Challenge false, misleading, or biased information as Distrusted
  • Endorse credible and evidence-based information as Trusted
  • Up vote unassessed articles and Conjectures you find important
  • Contribute to our Knowledge Bank and share it
Model safe behaviors for producing and sharing information:
  • Avoid reading and reproducing Distrusted information
  • Carefully assess information before endorsing it as Trusted
  • Learn and communicate the dangers of disinformation