Globalist George Soros and other billionaires are backing a new media company aimed at combating any “disinformation” that runs counter to the establishment narrative.
Good Information Inc. bills itself as “a public benefit corporation committed to restoring social trust and strengthening democracy” by controlling the flow of “accurate” information.
The company was financed by LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman, along with Soros and investors Ken and Jen Duda, and Incite Ventures investment fund.
Despite Big Tech’s systemic censorship and chokehold on information flow online, Good Information Inc. decries that most Americans still don’t trust the mainstream media or the results of the 2020 election, which “threatens public safety, social trust, and democracy.”
“We believe there is an urgent need for regulation of social media platforms, as well as increased investment in new models that place a higher value on serving communities truth over clickbait and protecting democracy over profits,” the website states.
“Good Information Inc. will invest in and partner with media companies and platforms that center the communities they serve, their interests, and their media consumption habits in their reporting and their content distribution strategies.”
Good Information Inc. will be helmed by Tara McGowan, a former Democratic strategist who ran a progressive non-profit called ACRONYM, which led a $100 million digital campaign against former President Donald Trump during the 2020 presidential election.
“Good information that upholds the truth, common sense and shared values of a society is the lifeblood of democracy, and orchestrated disinformation — fueled and amplified by bias-driven algorithms — is its greatest threat,” said Tara McGowan, Good Information Inc. Founder and CEO in a press release.
“The disinformation crisis we are facing in America today is increasing polarization and eroding our trust in each other, which is having a corrosive effect on our democracy, jeopardizing public health and destabilizing our economy.”
“This is no longer a political dispute about the truth, but the direct result of unregulated business models that are putting whole communities around the world at risk, and putting democracy around the world in peril,” she added.
The company also has an advisory committee comprised of two dozen political, media and tech experts, including former White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer, former White House Digital Officer Jason Goldman, Civic Signal Founder Eli Pariser, Check Your Ads co-founder Nandini Jammi, former Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times Editor Mark Jacob, Accountable Tech co-founder Nicole Gill and others.
The announcement coincidentally comes right as Trump announced the launch of Truth Social by his new company Trump Media and Technology Group, which will also seek to expand into the video streaming service and payment processing space to counter Big Tech’s censorship and chokehold on the flow of information online.
“To take on Big Tech censorship, we are creating a ‘Big Tent’ platform: Truth Social. We are inviting people of all political stripes, and all different viewpoints, to come and participate once again in the great American debate,” Trump declared Tuesday.
“That’s what our country is supposed to be about. Unlike with the Big Tech platforms, there will be no shadow-banning, throttling, demonetizing, or messing with algorithms for political manipulation.”
Read Good Information Inc.’s press release: