Google Jumps the Gun on Reporting NZ Mosque Shootings

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  1. Time stamps are done by computers,and that is one thing computers are very good at. Their clocks are almost never wrong. What this indicates is that the event had been set-up in advance, with press releases sent out days before. The mistake made here was not a computer mistake. It was a human error, since when the news was
    published on the web by these outlets, the tech was supposed to resave it on the date of publication,which would change the date to that date. Instead, the tech just pushed print, which kept the date of receipt on the release. This also explains how worldwide news is able to be reported so quickly: it is pre-released. It explains how Tracy Withers at Bloomberg was able to file a report on Christchurch within minutes of its happening. Her report had been supplied to her days earlier, and all she had to dois put her name on it and press send. But, as we have seen, these outlets get impatient to scoop one another in reporting the latest fake event, and they end up publishing before it would be humanly possible to do so, given a real event.

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