Fact-Checking

Poynter's Coverage of Fact-Checking

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Fact-checkers want a seat at the table in discussions about regulation

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IFCN Talks 2: Don’t put your eggs in one Big Tech basket

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What you need to know about Section 230, the ‘most important law protecting internet speech’

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Vaccine gaslighting, mask falsehoods and fake cures dominate recent claims added to the CoronaVirusFacts Alliance Database

A woman passes a fence outside Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery adorned with tributes to victims of COVID-19, Thursday, May 28, 2020 in New York. The memorial is part of the Naming the Lost project which attempts to humanize the victims who are often just listed as statistics. On Wednesday, the United States’ official reported coronavirus death toll reached one hundred thousand. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

How does COVID-19’s toll compare with heart disease, cancer and other causes of death?

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Factually: Fact-checking works and may give you ‘pleasure’