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On 05/16/2016 12:09 PM, J wrote:
>
>     Content generated by the team will be featured on news.trust.org
>     <http://news.trust.org>, the
>     Thomson Reuters Foundationâ??s website, and on place.trust.org
>     <http://place.trust.org>, the new
>     platform dedicated to land and property rights.
>
>
> Who would possibly trust an organization whose domain name is
> "trust.org <http://trust.org>"?  I know nothing else about this group,
> but from that fact alone it's obvious they are not to be trusted.   

You don't know what Reuters is? This is the parent organization.

The "Trust" moniker derives from the early 1900 and 1800s. It indicated
a sort of conglomerate or coop approach to business. and those sorts of
organizations often grew so large they were like monopolies. Hence the
phrase: "Trust-Buster" http://www.ushistory.org/us/43b.asp
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