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What News Is "Fit To Print"?

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What news meets the NY Times specification of 'fit to print'? One example is a story revealing that President Trump takes a medication stimulating hair growth. Examples of items that apparently fail to qualify are those about consequences of smoking, one of which is about 450,000 dead Americans every year.  
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I am an engineer. My degrees are in electrical engineering and my work has been in the digital systems area, mainly digital logic, but also computer organization, software and theory. I am a Professor, Emeritus, Computer Science and Electrical (more...)
 

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