And how do we know that our government is doing so in actual good faith rather than attempting to silence information that they may not particularly want the general public to know about? If some foreign government decides to publish a story that says something like "US Government secretly spying on all it's citizens in real time using their cell phone speakers without court order" would you believe that the government is blocking that media as genuine "disinformation" as in factually not true or something that they don't want you to know they are doing? Congress hasn't had an approval rating over 50% in damn near 20 years. Congress (the folks we elect who actually run most of the "government") routinely have approval ratings in the teens and 20's and on a good year the 30s. Very few people trust Congress in general it'll be very difficult to convince any significant fraction of Americans that Congress is in "good faith" combatting "disinformation". It's virtually impossible to be honest and be a politician.