Demagog is a standalone fact-checking organization and it has a web page dedicated to the description of the organization`s funding. This page includes monthly records of the organization`s bank account, which is also open for reviewal by the public.
As for the funding sources, Demagog only lists one organization (NFNZ), and only by displaying its (although hyperlinked) logo. There is no description of the funding organization, which I find lacking.
Looking at the transparent account and the transactions made during the course of 2018, a lot of the money withdrawals are also not described (who took out money, for what purpose). And there are other donors (e.g. VIA foundation) that have been listed on the website in the past but have been removed. To ensure transparency, the organization should (at least in a few paragraphs) describe the main sources of funding (not just by linking to their website) and briefly describe each transaction in order to be fully transparent.
The legal form of the organization does not requre it to publish its accounting documents in the business register, however, doing so would definitely further improve its transparency. While the annual report from 2017 broadly describes how much money was spent on personnel and technical support, a more detailed declaration of the organization`s spending would be appropriate.
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4a marked as Partially compliant by Jan Indra.