The Quint

Organization: The Quint
Applicant: Kritika Goel
Assessor: Kanchan Kaur
Assessor: Kanchan Kaur
Assessor: Kanchan Kaur
Conclusion and recommendations
on 15-Dec-2019 (11 months ago)

Kanchan Kaur wrote:

The applicant is a division of a legally established media organisation. It has provided necessary documentation.

The applicant is quite regular in publishing reports checking distinct claims. It has published well over one report a week for the last three months. These fact checks cover a variety of subjects and do not concentrate on one side of the topics they check. All claims are assessed using similar standards. It has also shared an explanation of its policy.

It has clear policies preventing staff from active involvement in politics or advocacy, which are public and have also been shared.

The applicant's reports always clearly reference sources. It has explained its sourcing policy and its verification process convincingly. The audience can understand and replicate fact checks.

Funding details are clear. Its website carries an explanation and it has submitted an auditor's report. The names of the authors and key personnel are clearly listed, their bios and roles are detailed on the website.

The public can easily reach out with complaints and comments. The applicant's website makes it quite convenient to do so. Further, at the end of each fact-check, the applicant invites readers and incentivises them to send claims, in a clear and unambiguous manner. The applicant has also provided information on the frequency of reader-submitted fact checks published.

The applicant's website provides a clear explanation of its fact-checking methodology. It has also submitted a detailed explanation of how it has verified information in a couple of cases. It also has a clear corrections policy which is detailed on its website and mentioned in its Employee Handbook. It explains how mistakes are corrected and in what time frame. The applicant does not have a public page listing corrections, but has mentioned corrections and updates at the end of a fact-check, where necessary. It has also provided two examples of how correction requests were handled in the past year.

The application may be accepted.

on 15-Dec-2019 (11 months ago)

Kanchan Kaur recommended Accept


Section 1: Organization

Criterion 1a
Proof of registration
Evidence required: Please provide evidence that the signatory is a legally-registered organization set up exclusively for the purpose of fact-checking or the distinct fact-checking project of a recognized media house or research institution.

The Quint
04-Dec-2019 (11 months ago)

The Quint's certificate of incorporation is attached here.

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Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago)

The applicant has provided necessary documentation to prove that it is a division of a legally established organisation.


done_all 1a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago)

The applicant has provided necessary documentation to prove that it is a division of a legally established organisation.


done_all 1a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago)

The applicant has provided necessary documentation to prove that it is a division of a legally established organisation.


done_all 1a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.

Criterion 1b
Archive
Evidence required: Insert a link to the archive of fact checks published in the previous three months. If you do not collect all fact checks in one place, please explain how the fact-checking is conducted by your organization.

The Quint
04-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

We have a section called 'WebQoof' where we compile all our fact checked stories. The section has been online for close to 30 months and has almost 1400 stories. 

We have published an average of about 18 fact-check stories per week over the past three months.

Here is the link to section: https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof

More details of the work, methodology and the team involved can be accessed here: https://www.thequint.com/about-us/webqoof

Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant has published reports checking distinct claims regularly over the previous three months. It has averaged well over one report a week.


done_all 1b marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant has published reports checking distinct claims regularly over the previous three months. It has averaged well over one report a week.


done_all 1b marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant has published reports checking distinct claims regularly over the previous three months. It has averaged well over one report a week.


done_all 1b marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.

Section 2: Nonpartisanship and Fairness

Criterion 2a
Body of work sample
Evidence required: Please share links to ten fact checks that better represent the scope and consistency of your fact-checking. Provide a short explanation of how your organization strives to maintain coherent standards across fact checks.

The Quint
04-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

From reporting on ground to using technology for verifying facts, we at The Quint, try to incorporate more than one source of information to fact-check a claim. We also rely heavily on data available on public domain to conduct fact-checks. We also apply this principle for reporting in general, and try to verify facts even in our opinion pieces before publishing.

Here is a sample list of some of our fact-checked stories from 2019: 

  1. BJP MLA, Supporters Give Hyderabad Rape Case a False Communal Spin - https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof/bjp-mla-supporters-give-hyderabad-rape-case-a-false-communal-spin
  2. NHM Employees’ Protest Video Falsely Shared as Article 370 Unrest - https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof/old-video-of-nhm-employees-protest-passed-off-as-abrogation-of-article-370-protest-fact-check
  3. Vedic Math Expert Helped ISRO With Chandrayaan-2? Media Misreports - https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof/media-houses-wrongly-quote-vedic-math-expert-to-claim-isros-reliance-on-him-for-chandrayaan-2
  4. Crew That Filmed PM Modi Plogging in TN? No, Photo Is Unconnected - https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof/photos-claiming-to-be-from-scene-of-modi-plogging-in-tamil-nadu-fact-check
  5. BJP People Tarnished My Image: JNU’s Pankaj is Not ‘Moinuddin’ - https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof/bjp-rss-thinkers-tarnishing-my-image-says-pankaj-on-fake-claim-fact-check
  6. Boys Hostel Attacked & Other Fake News on Kolkata’s NRS Hospital - https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof/nrs-hospital-kolkata-protest-fake-news
  7. Nehru Didn’t Take a Holy Dip at the 1954 Kumbh Mela as Claimed - https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof/jawaharlal-nehru-kumbh-mela-snan-fake-news
  8. Will Rs 350 Be Deducted From Your Bank Account If You Don’t Vote? - https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof/election-2019-rs-350-deducted-from-bank-account-if-you-dont-vote
  9. Cops Tracking Texts, Calls Before Ayodhya Verdict? It’s Fake News! - https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof/cops-monitoring-messages-calls-before-ayodhya-verdict-is-fake-news-fact-check
  10. BJP Minister Claims Modi Govt Brought RTI ‘Online’ – It Did Not - https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof/fact-check-bjp-jitendra-singh-lok-sabha-speech-rti-made-online

More details of the work, methodology and the team involved can be accessed here: https://www.thequint.com/about-us/webqoof



Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant's fact checks cover a variety of subjects and do not concentrate on one side of the topics they fat check. It assesses all claims using the same standards and has shared an explanation of its policy. 


done_all 2a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant's fact checks cover a variety of subjects and do not concentrate on one side of the topics they fat check. It assesses all claims using the same standards and has shared an explanation of its policy. 


done_all 2a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant's fact checks cover a variety of subjects and do not concentrate on one side of the topics they fat check. It assesses all claims using the same standards and has shared an explanation of its policy. 


done_all 2a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.

Criterion 2b
Nonpartisanship policy
Evidence required: Please share evidence of your policy preventing staff from direct involvement in political parties and advocacy organizations. Please also indicate the policy your organization has as a whole regarding advocacy and supporting political candidates.

The Quint
04-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

As a part of the company policy, employees of Quintillion media are made to sign an undertaking which clearly states that the employees are not directly or indirectly involved with any politicial party, candidate.

Team Members of Quintillion must not be involved directly or indirectly in any kind of political activity like advocating or campaigning for any political party or candidate, public expressions of their personal political preference (like sticking banners in their houses, displaying political stickers or slogans on their vehicles etc).

Team Members are prohibited from contesting or accepting any appointment or association of whatsoever nature with any public office.

More details of the work, methodology and the team involved can be accessed here: https://www.thequint.com/about-us/webqoof

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Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant has clear policies preventing staff from active involvement in politics or advocacy. The applicant has shared these policies.


done_all 2b marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant has clear policies preventing staff from active involvement in politics or advocacy. The applicant has shared these policies.


done_all 2b marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant has clear policies preventing staff from active involvement in politics or advocacy. The applicant has shared these policies.


done_all 2b marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.

Section 3: Transparency of Sources

Criterion 3a
Sources Policy
Please share a brief and public explanation (500 words max) of how sources are provided in enough detail that readers could replicate the fact check. If you have a public policy on how you find and use sources for your fact-checking, it should be shared here.

The Quint
04-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

Sources are essential when it comes to fact checking and linking our readers back to the sources from where we extract information is our responsibility.

We cite sources and link it to the original document within our report. At times, when there is fear that a particular page/tweet will be taken down, we archive those and use the archived source for the benefit of our viewers or take screenshots of the page/tweet. In most instances, we get in touch with stake holders or authorities to get verification for stories and those are also well documented within our internal network to use it as a proof, if need arises.

More details of the work, methodology and the team involved can be accessed here: https://www.thequint.com/about-us/webqoof

Note: As opposed to 2017-18, the reader will find that all stories in the WebQoof section are done in-house. No stories are republished from other fact-checking sites, which was a mutual arrangement earlier i.e. 2 out of 5 stories may have been from another fact-checking website earlier (2017-2018).

Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant's reports always clearly reference sources. The audience can understand and replicate the fact checks. The applicant has also explained its sourcing policy and its verification process convincingly.


done_all 3a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant's reports always clearly reference sources. The audience can understand and replicate the fact checks. The applicant has also explained its sourcing policy and its verification process convincingly.


done_all 3a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant's reports always clearly reference sources. The audience can understand and replicate the fact checks. The applicant has also explained its sourcing policy and its verification process convincingly.


done_all 3a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.

Section 4: Transparency of Funding & Organization

Criterion 4a
Funding Sources
Evidence required: Please link to the section where you publicly list your sources of funding (including, if they exist, any rules around which types of funding you do or don't accept), or a statement on ownership if you are the branch of an established media organization or research institution.

The Quint
04-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The Quint is 100 percent funded by the promoters and founders of the company. Signed undertaking attached.

Details are also available on the website:

https://www.thequint.com/about-us/how-we-are-funded

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Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant clearly lists its owner and has submitted an auditor's report. Funding details are also mentioned on its website.


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Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant clearly lists its owner and has submitted an auditor's report. Funding details are also mentioned on its website.


done_all 4a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant clearly lists its owner and has submitted an auditor's report. Funding details are also mentioned on its website.


done_all 4a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.

Criterion 4b
Staff
Evidence required: Please link to the section detailing all authors and key actors behind your fact-checking project with their biographies. You can also list the name and bios of the members of the editorial board, pool of experts, advisory board, etc. if your organization has those.

The Quint
04-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

Fact-checking is essential for a news organisation and is round the clock. We have a dedicated team of journalists who work on a rotational basis on WebQoof- The Quint's dedicated section for fact-checked stories and stories where we debunk viral posts spreading misinformation/disinformation. 

Details of the team involved can be accessed here: https://www.thequint.com/about-us/webqoof

Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The names of the authors and key personnel are clearly listed and their bios and roles are also detailed on the website.


done_all 4b marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The names of the authors and key personnel are clearly listed and their bios and roles are also detailed on the website.


done_all 4b marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The names of the authors and key personnel are clearly listed and their bios and roles are also detailed on the website.


done_all 4b marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.

Criterion 4c
Contact
Evidence required: Please link to the section where readers can get in touch with the organization.

The Quint
04-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The readers can directly get in touch with The Quint:

  • via email: webqoof@thequint.com 
  • Whatsapp: 9643651818
  • or they can reach out to us on our Facebook or Twitter page. 

Contact details are prominently mentioned in the WebQood section and above every single WebQoof story. 

This message for call-to-action is also frequently shared through The Quint's social media platforms (Facebook, Whatsapp, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram) with a reach exceeding 10 million readers.

The readers can read all the fact checked stories here: https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof

And can get in touch with the organisation here.

More details of the work, methodology and the team involved can be accessed here: https://www.thequint.com/about-us/webqoof


Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant's website makes it quite easy for the public to reach out with complaints and comments. It has a 'Contact Us' section which lists several ways in which people can get in touch with them.


done_all 4c marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant's website makes it quite easy for the public to reach out with complaints and comments. It has a 'Contact Us' section which lists several ways in which people can get in touch with them.


done_all 4c marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant's website makes it quite easy for the public to reach out with complaints and comments. It has a 'Contact Us' section which lists several ways in which people can get in touch with them.


done_all 4c marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.

Section 5: Transparency of Methodology

Criterion 5a
Detailed Methodology
Evidence required: Please link to a section or article detailing the steps you follow for your fact-checking work.

The Quint
04-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

Details of the work, methodology and the team involved can be accessed here: https://www.thequint.com/about-us/webqoof

The process of fact-checking ranges from ground reporting, to calling various stakeholders and authorities to verify facts, reverse searches and analysing various parts of a message for a detailed response.

We have sent our reporters on the ground many times to verify news stories and thus preventing misinformation from spreading. 

Examples:

We also rely on personal interaction with concerned parties to verify messages pertaining to them. For instance: Various messages about government schemes - when the details are not available on government websites - we write/call the Ministry for clarification.

Since the messages that we receive range from text messages to videos, the way we handle it differs.

For photographs: Some pictures can be identified that they have been tampered with by doing a simple google reverse search. As the result shows similar images, they can be identified if they are fake or not. Secondly, closer look at photographs help in analysing aspects of the picture which reveal details that help in checking the authenticity of the image. For instance: Details in pictures like billboards, location play a role in verifying.

For videos: Verifying videos can be tricky but both the audio and the video, play a role in verifying it. For instance: A message was circulating on social media that claimed that a raid was conducted on a dhaba near Delhi and the condition of the kitchen was extremely poor and unhygienic. But on watching the video we found it to be false. What helped us verify it was: The audio. People in the video were talking in Punjabi while the video was claimed to be of Haryana. Afterwards, using the language as a clue, we found the same video online. It was not just from a different location but was also quite old.

For text: For texts we take the cues and look for the information online then further analyse the source and verifying the piece bit by bit.

There are different methodologies adopted for different stories but we maintain a policy of not just relying, blindly, on popular sources of information until we ourselves are sure about the information that we put forward for our readers.

This is the link to our 'WebQoof' section, where we stack all the stories that we debunk: https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof


Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant's website provides a clear explanation of its fact-checking methodology. It has also submitted a detailed explanation of how it has verified information in a couple of cases.


done_all 5a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant's website provides a clear explanation of its fact-checking methodology. It has also submitted a detailed explanation of how it has verified information in a couple of cases.


done_all 5a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant's website provides a clear explanation of its fact-checking methodology. It has also submitted a detailed explanation of how it has verified information in a couple of cases.


done_all 5a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.

Criterion 5b
Claim submissions
Evidence required: Please link to the page or process through which readers can submit claims to fact-check. If you do not allow this, please briefly explain why.

The Quint
04-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

We have an email address through which the readers can send us queries and get in touch with us: webqoof@thequint.com

They can also Whatsapp us on 9643651818.

Further, they can also reach out to us on our Facebook page and Twitter page.

We then take up the queries and reply to our users, individually.

More details of the work, methodology and the team involved can be accessed here: https://www.thequint.com/about-us/webqoof

Note: 35-40% of our fact check stories begin with a tipoff from our readers. As an incentive we offer to include their names in these stories as the person responsible for flagging a fake news post.

Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

At the end of each fact-check, the applicant invites readers to send claims, in a clear and unambiguous manner. It also incentivises readers to send claims. The applicant has also provided information on the frequency of reader-submitted fact checks published.


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Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

At the end of each fact-check, the applicant invites readers to send claims, in a clear and unambiguous manner. It also incentivises readers to send claims. The applicant has also provided information on the frequency of reader-submitted fact checks published.


done_all 5b marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

At the end of each fact-check, the applicant invites readers to send claims, in a clear and unambiguous manner. It also incentivises readers to send claims. The applicant has also provided information on the frequency of reader-submitted fact checks published.


done_all 5b marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.

Section 6: Open & Honest Corrections Policy

Criterion 6a
Corrections policy
Evidence required: Please link to the page with your policy to address corrections. If it is not public, please share your organization's handbook.

The Quint
04-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

Details of the work, methodology, correction policy and the team involved can be accessed here: https://www.thequint.com/about-us/webqoof

Excerpt from the Employee's Handbook (attached):

To err is after all human! Own up to any error quickly and completely. Be transparent when correcting a factual error. Therefore, as a professional organization, while our endeavour is to work with utmost flawlessness and accuracy, we are also mindful of the fact that mistakes need to be corrected promptly. Corrections, clarifications, and retractions should be noted online and printed in the next available issue, in a regular, consistent space that is easy for the reader to find in the front of the publication or, in the case of a Web site, the home page.

Serious factual errors should be admitted and corrected at the first opportunity, subject to legal advice where appropriate. No Team Member is allowed to commit the Company to an admission of error, correction, or apology without reference to the Department Head. The Department Head along with the Company lawyers must be consulted about the wording of corrections and clarifications to determine their suitability.

It is our policy to correct significant errors as soon as possible. Any amendment should be notified at the bottom of an article. If a retraction is necessary, this should be accompanied by an explanation as to why this was felt to be necessary, subject to the approval and discretion of the Editor-in-Chief and senior editors.

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Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant has a clear corrections policy which is detailed on its website and mentioned in its Employee Handbook. It explains how mistakes are corrected and in what time frame. 


done_all 6a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant has a clear corrections policy which is detailed on its website and mentioned in its Employee Handbook. It explains how mistakes are corrected and in what time frame. 


done_all 6a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant has a clear corrections policy which is detailed on its website and mentioned in its Employee Handbook. It explains how mistakes are corrected and in what time frame. 


done_all 6a marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.

Criterion 6b
Examples of corrections
Evidence required: Please provide two examples of a correction made, or correction requests handled, in the past year.

The Quint
04-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The Karnataka floods in 2019 claimed over 50 lives till now, while thousands have been evacuated. In this backdrop, a video of a bridge collapse went viral on social media claiming it to be of the Bijapur-Solapur bridge. The Quint (WebQoof) fact-check revealed the video was actually shot in 2007 and was not from Karnataka.

However, in this fact-check we misidentified the location as Bihar's Katihar region. Based on a reader's tip-off, we realised that that while we got the year right, the actual location was Gumuda, Odisha.

We immediately made the correction and added a note (screenshot attached) to highlight the correction as well.

Link: https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof/old-bihar-bijapur-solapur-bridge-collapse-video-viral-during-karnataka-floods-fact-check


Earlier, in 2018, we received a correction request from the Office of Union Minister Piyush Goyal, after the minister had tweeted a picture to show 100% electrification target achieved by the government. We had fact checked the claim and reported that the pictures used in the tweet were real but were old images captured by NASA in 2017. However, the ministry reached stating the pictures weren't fake. We then made it clearer in our article and issued a clarification that The Quint didn't call the pictures fake but was questioning the pictures used by the minister in the tweet.

Here is the link to the article. No Piyush Goyal, These Pics Don’t Show Electrification of Villages: https://www.thequint.com/news/webqoof/piyush-goyal-fake-images-on-twitter-show-electrification-of-indian-villages


Note: As mentioned in 6a, The Quint in general has a clear cut correction policy, but the fact-check stories in WebQoof go through an extra round of editorial scrutiny and we have had a very low error rate in our fact-check section.



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Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant does not have a public page listing corrections, but has mentioned corrections and updates at the end of a fact-check, where necessary. It has also provided two examples of how correction requests were handled in the past year. 


done_all 6b marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant does not have a public page listing corrections, but has mentioned corrections and updates at the end of a fact-check, where necessary. It has also provided two examples of how correction requests were handled in the past year. 


done_all 6b marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.
Kanchan Kaur Assessor
07-Dec-2019 (11 months ago) Updated: 11 months ago

The applicant does not have a public page listing corrections, but has mentioned corrections and updates at the end of a fact-check, where necessary. It has also provided two examples of how correction requests were handled in the past year. 


done_all 6b marked as Fully compliant by Kanchan Kaur.