disinformation disinformation  /dɪ ˌzɪn fər ˈmeɪ ʃən/


  • (n) misinformation that is deliberately disseminated in order to influence or confuse rivals (foreign enemies or business competitors etc.)


  1. Except they're not quite factsand since this sort of tax disinformation is pretty common, I couldn't resist wasting an hour digging up the data to refute them.
  2. In Colorado, he locked in on an angry-looking fellow in a teal T shirt but the guy's fury was directed at the right-wing disinformation campaign.
  3. The current editorial director of The Plain Dealer, the only newspaper, has been waging a campaign of disinformation against us.


  • Calle 13's Residente to write song with WikiLeaks' Julian Assange

    Rene Perez Joglar, a.k.a. Residente, outspoken lead singer of the multiple Latin Grammy-winning, politically activist band Calle 13, is teaming up with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on a songwriting session that's intended to strike a blow for free speech and against censorship, "disinformation and media manipulation," according to a statement released by Calle 13's publicist.        
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Los Angeles Times

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  1. "This is disinformation they're trying to spread," said Stang, who traveled from Colorado Springs, Colorado, to attend the trial.
    on Oct 21, 2007 By: Dorothy Stang Source: Akron Beacon Journal

  2. Mr. Modi said that in the last 24 hours, the country witnessed a "campaign of disinformation in which a section of the media became an instrument of the disinformers."
    on Mar 22, 2010 By: Narendra Modi Source: The Hindu

  3. Braley called the hearing another case of "powerful business lobbying groups" pursuing "well-financed campaigns of half-truths and disinformation."
    on May 25, 2007 By: Bruce Braley Source: San Jose Business Journal (subscription)

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