|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Journal||Philosophy & Technology|
|Type of Article||Editorial letter|
The most developed post-industrial societies live by information, and information and communication technologies keep them oxygenated (English 2009). So, the better the quality of the information exchanged, the more likely such societies and their members may prosper. But what is information quality (IQ) exactly? The question has become increasingly pressing in recent years. Yet, our answers have been less than satisfactory so far.