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Re: Claims and Multisource Journalistic Resources

From: <moses.ma@futurelabconsulting.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2017 08:33:26 -0700
To: Public-Credentials <public-credentials@w3.org>
Message-ID: <a6567899-92cd-4424-a381-c2a4900ecd93@Moses-iPad-Air-2>

 We also need to build a viral propagation feature into the plug-in to drive its usage. For example, if a notable search engine company would agree to improve search ranking for using verified news and claims? Or maybe earning a "veracity token" for using verified sources?  
Moses Ma

> On Sep 7, 2017 at 8:23 AM,  <Steven Rowat (mailto:steven_rowat@sunshine.net)>  wrote:
>  On 2017-09-07 3:30 AM, Adam Sobieski wrote:  >  As I think about citizen journalists and bloggers, I think about  >  Wordpress and Drupal plugins for verifiable factual claims.  >   >  Such plugins would include a new object type for factual claims...  >  ...snip...  >  The plugins can process blog article creation, editing and deletion  >  events to process dependency graphs across factual claims providers,  >  ...snip...  >   >  Journalists can receive notifications about their article dependencies  >  should they update their local factual claims and, should remote  >  factual claims used by journalists update or change...  >  ...snip...  >   >  Considering such plugins, and considering the possible features of  >  such plugins, we can envision website-based and decentralized  >  solutions which include support for citizen journalists and bloggers. +1 Great stuff And would the same type of thing be possible, say as a stand-alone plugin for browsers, so a self-publisher or small
 scale publisher who is building their own website, but not using Wordpress or Drupal, could also be part of this overall system and have the same fact claims services? Steven 
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