"Denier" & "Open-Source Journalism" New in the Glossary

Open-Source Journalism
A term I first heard used by James Corbett of The Corbett Report to describe himself and his work. In contrast to investigative journalism, in which reporters travel around, interview people, etc., open-source journalism is closer to the bulk of what intelligence services do (see open-source intel above): use information that is already out there and assess the plausibility of that information and the credibility of the source to accept or reject the claims made, and through that process, piece together the real story.
Anyone who opposes an official or approved opinion. (h/t JohnJ)

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