Coverage of fact checking around the world.
As the U.S.
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What makes fact-checking work on TV? How is it different from fact-checking for an online or print audience?
“Data from the United Nations is being treated as if it were the word of God. I am against that.”
The soul-searching began last week, as more and more cases emerged of established media outlets falling for false news on the Paris attacks.
When leaders of the world's largest economies meet to discuss the future of the planet, it's probably worthwhile to fact-check them.
Fact-checkers Mathilde Damgé and Samuel Laurent at Le Monde’s “Décodeurs” published
Little pleases a fact-checker more than obtaining a retraction. This happens regularly across the world, often at the highest political levels.