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When asked about the new type of news being offered on foxnews.com, an official of the popular news organization had the following to say: "First we started offering articles with no real source for the information. This change came after a strategic poll claiming most news consumers don't really care anyway, and just assume since it's in the news, it must be real. Soon after, we made another change. We started writing shorter and shorter articles by cutting out all the details, and leaving just basic information about the story in. As a further test of our viewers intelligence, we then began placing non-news items all around the site. At the top, the side, the middle, the bottom, and other random spots. Even hidden inside the text are more propaganda aimed to attack the visitors by offering content unrelated to the news they're supposed to be consuming. For those who are casual browsers, often doing other things while clicking around on our site, our stories also speak to you right through your computer speakers, so you're constantly aware that AT&T services Boston. After a short while, 80% of our site had nothing to do with the news, and is where it's at currently."
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