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Swedish internet foundation awards web source criticism prize

Wednesday 13 March 2019 | 13:00 CET | News
Swedish internet foundation IIS said that The Golden Magnifying Glass would be awarded on 13 March to Anette Holmqvist, who devised the Kolla Kallan source checking service and to Peter Olausson, author of the book 'Faktoider' and the related website. The prize will be awarded by Minister of Culture Amanda Lind at the Source Criticism Day.

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