exchange of information increase the requirement for reliability.
Sources of information nowadays are enormous. Information about health,
security, systems, cars, medicine, Internet, specific treatment,
torture, climate, education, companies, nutrition, website contents,
management, reports, services, etc., are at hand of the ordinary person.
With this vast amount of information, an ordinary person must
differentiate between what is reliable and what is not.
It is not for
certain that all available information is true, accurate, honest or
Reliability is revealed with time and experience. It differs from
Country to Country and even from City to City.
InterConsult21’scale for the existence of
Reliable Information in a City / Country from (-5 for not reliable
information) to (5 for absolute reliable information).