The distrust data shows there's no political downside to hammering Facebook
Roy Morgan Research's quarterly update on most trusted and distrusted brands also offers an intriguing overlay of the political dimension
Welcome to Unmade, written while you were sleeping on Wednesday morning. Is it really December already?
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Today: The brands the Australian public do not trust, and - on the day the government announces an inquiry into social media harm - the reason why there are no votes in defending Facebook.