Include Concept(s) Or Part(s)?
I read this WikiSpooks Article identical to the Wikipedia article with additions, and the RationalWiki article. The RationalWiki had the following section I thought might be worthy for your consideration to re-edit and include:
- Conspiracy theorists in their paranoia tend to be over-sensitive to seeing "limited hangouts" where none exist. For example 9/11 and John F. Kennedy assassination conspiracy theorists are notoriously fractious, often accusing each other of being part of the cover-up by only revealing selective information.
- Selective reporting is a sort of flip side of a limited hangout, deliberate overreporting of minor events to make a political point or stir up moral panic.
- =See also=
The bit about never knowing who to trust and the general fractiousness of the truth movement is important stuff. I don't know much about the Panama Papers - lot of data there - but yes, I have heard people suggesting that's a limited hangout, so I've worked that in to the article. An endorsement by Edward Snowden is a suspicious sign in my book... -- Robin (talk) 16:01, 17 August 2016 (IST)