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How Monsanto manipulates journalists and academics
by Carey Gillam
The Guardian Translate This Article
2 June 2019
On 2 June 2019 The Guardian reported:
Monsanto's own emails and documents reveal a disinformation campaign to hide its weedkiller's possible links to cancer. Over the past year, evidence of Monsanto's deceptive efforts to defend the safety of its top-selling Roundup herbicide have been laid bare for all to see. ... But these once-confidential Monsanto documents demonstrate that the deception has gone much deeper. In addition to the manipulation of science and of regulators, the company's most insidious deceit may be its strategic manipulation of the media, according to the records.
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... Lawyer Tim Litzenburg, who represents several plaintiffs suing Monsanto over claims Roundup causes cancer, told me that he has traced what he calls a 'dark money project' by Monsanto aimed at winning favorable public opinion. The project includes planting helpful news articles in traditional news outlets; discrediting and harassing journalists who refused to parrot the company's propaganda; and secretly funding front groups to amplify pro-Monsanto messaging across social media platforms.
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