What info could folks share online that would enable others (likely using special software) to better tell what info they can trust as accurate? This is the question, and we'd love more ideas

@oreolek yeah, ordinary crowdsourcing feels to me rather like using http (not https) or driving without a seat belt. Even if they're amazing at keeping the bots out, are random human strangers actually trustworthy? (Answer: usually but not always, so then how bad are the failures?)

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