Somewhat off-topic, but meant to encourage a healthy level of questioning about all sources of information.
There is an awful lot of poor quality "information" out there. This is just one example of a situation in which even a fairly modest level of checking was effectively rejected.
Looks as if Gwynneth is more concerned with monetizing those eyeballs than the health and well-being of her readers.
I suspect an awful lot of web sites - and print publications - would fail any level of fact checking.
Gwyneth Paltrow didn't want Condé Nast to fact-check Goop articles
Partnership between publisher and lifestyle site to produce a magazine fell apart due to ‘old-school’ rules, actor says
Gwyneth Paltrow’s partnership with Condé Nast was touted by the publisher’s artistic director Anna Wintour as a “something remarkable, a thoroughly modern take on how we live today”. The plan was for the publisher to make a regular Goop magazine, but it all fell apart when Condé Nast wanted to fact-check Goop articles, according to an interview with Paltrow in the New York Times Magazine.
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