Reminder that codecheck.info is full of factual errors and no reliable source for anything. It’s really a miracle they haven’t been sued out of existence yet.

In the last couple of years I had tons of discussions with freaked out parents. They compared products based on that app and tried to convince others that certain products were bad and should be replaced. When in fact the product they chose was way worse.

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I don’t blame the parents. It’s the app that presents faulty crowdsourced information as scientific facts when in truth, lots of their information is just garbage data filled with half-truths aimed to scare people.

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