Fact-Checking Policy

We would like to inform you of the care and caution that We take to ensure the accuracy of Our material, as defined in Our Fact-Checking Policy, which StackNexo LLP provides (after this, referred to as “Celeb Death News” / “We” / “Us” / “Our”).

Everything We Produce is Accurate

Every journalistic platform’s audience’s trust is its most crucial component. Accurate, fair, and balanced reporting is the only way to gain and keep the public’s trust. We must continue to be dedicated to getting all of Our information as accurate as possible. According to our definition, “appropriate accuracy” refers to accuracy that is both satisfactory and of the required quality.

We make an effort to present the most accurate version of every news story, which the news’ primary stakeholders vouch for. In our quest for acceptable accuracy, we consider various elements, including the subject and nature of the supplied content, the audience’s expectations, and others. We carry out skeptic investigations, challenge presumptions, and question received wisdom.

Despite our best efforts to dispel doubts, we recognize that there will always be some. Nevertheless, the rigor used to verify facts for soft and hard stories varies. For instance, the sources needed for a favorable narrative regarding NGO activity would be different than those required for an investigative report.

We adhere to the rules listed below to ensure the accuracy of Our material:

We make sure that every broadcast we make comes from a reliable source and is backed up by actual, verified evidence. We must identify the platform from where the reports originated without specific quotes.

We make every effort to confirm any assertions, allegations, or information made by public figures or individuals whose motivations go beyond reporting an event’s integrity. As a result, we describe the information and point out any assertions or allegations that we cannot verify.

We support the information we provide and think it is accurate. Suppose it is later determined that something is incorrect. In that case, we amend the news story or material as soon as possible and ensure that we adequately inform readers of such changes.

We are aware of how vital our audiences’ trust in us is. Because of this, we don’t want to mislead anyone and don’t like to fabricate information or present it as the real deal. In addition, when serious factual errors are exposed, we publicly accept them and promise that they will be rectified as soon as possible in an acceptable and unambiguous way.

We ensure that everyone gets an equal chance to report any inaccuracies or errors on Our Website using the “Suggest A Correction” section after every report we prepare and publish.

Reporting, writing, and fact-checking news, information, and stories are the primary responsibility of our journalists. Numerous aspects of our reporting are examined, including a thorough internal fact-checking process where each tale is thoroughly investigated before being evaluated by one or more editors. It should be mentioned that the level of seniority of editors who review stories before posting on the website varies and depends on several factors, including the difficulty and sensitivity of the problem and the demands on their time.

We try to get in touch with everyone if there is a complaint. We independently verify the facts under consideration and the information offered to arrive at the most accurate result.

Finding Information for Our Content

By following the advice provided below, we can gather information in the most trustworthy manner possible:

At least two sources should verify each communication.

When there is only one source, the integrity of the source is ensured by supporting what the source says.

In every scenario, look for documentary evidence rather than solely relying on a human head.

If a survey is conducted, we must describe the information’s collection and analysis processes. If there’s a chance that using Our data won’t produce accurate facts, we’ll let everyone know as soon as possible.

Instead of releasing information first and then clearing up any lingering questions, the aim is to gather accurate information in the first place.

Always make an effort to share information and news with stakeholders officially. Justify the lack of source attribution when an anonymous source is used. Work with these sources to give readers as much information as you can so they can evaluate the sources’ dependability.

Share your sources with our editors so they can decide if and how to utilize the pertinent material. The conversation between the reporter and editor must be reflected in anonymous quotations. This will enable our editors and writers to make informed decisions.

Engage in brief discussions with sources about how best to use the material they supply, particularly if the authorities have little prior media relations experience. The terms “off the record,” “on background,” and other statuses may imply different things to different people, so be sure to make clear what a source expects to stay confidential.

Allow people to respond to news stories that might portray them negatively, and inform readers of the steps we take to get a response when sources fail to do so.

Consciously look for authoritative and influential sources and those with limited access to powerful public platforms.

Suppose one is unsure or unable to make a decision. In that case, one should always approach a senior resource or the head of the newsroom at Celeb Death News to avoid giving inaccurate public information.

User-Generated Content (UGC)  

User-generated content has particular problems. We don’t assume the data you provide is valid, and depending on how we plan to use it, we take reasonable measures to confirm its veracity. We are wary of relying on information from a lobbyist or someone with a personal stake in the outcome rather than an objective observer. User-generated content is correctly identified as such by us. Additionally, we follow the following principles:

Information sources that seem reliable on the internet might not always be accurate. It could be essential to confirm with a person or organization that the information relevant to them is correct and to find out who manages the WWWWebsite.

It’s critical to distinguish between truth and gossip. This is mainly, but not entirely, true for anything that is shared on social media, where errors or rumors can quickly spread to audiences worldwide. On social media, distortions may be deliberate or accidental. Corrections, however, find it much harder to build the same momentum.

Further research may be necessary when information from a social media site or another internet source is used to support a fact. All stuff that we did not collect is categorized and identified.

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