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Factchecking is a longstanding approach to fighting disinformation, where individual claims, speeches, and rumors can be researched and verified or debunked.

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Watchdog is a multidisciplinary team of factcheckers, journalists, researchers and software engineers. We hunt hoaxes and misinformation, investigate matters of public welfare, and build software tools that help operations like ours.


ZimFact is an independent, non-partisan Zimbabwean online fact-checking platform.

Fact Check Initiative Japan

FIJ is a non-profit organization for the promotion of Japanese fact-checking aimed at protecting society from mis/disinformation.


Poynter's Factually helps fact-checkers, educators, journalists and citizens get at the truth. Written by the International Fact-Checking Network’s reporter Harrison Mantas, Factually highlights interesting fact-checks, dives into global misinformation trends and features fact-checking and media literacy training opportunities. Subscribe now to get Factually delivered to your inbox every Thursday at 9 a.m. Eastern time.


MAFINDO adalah Organisasi Kemasyarakatan yang bertujuan menyosialisasikan bahaya informasi bohong (hoaks) dan menciptakan imunitas terhadap hoax di masyarakat Indonesia.

Fact Checks for Internet Archive Wayback Machine Pages

Fact checking organizations and origin websites sometimes have information about pages archived in the Wayback Machine. The Internet Archive has started to surface some of these annotations for Wayback Machine users. We are attempting to preserve our digital history but recognize the issues around providing access to false and misleading information coming from different sources. By providing convenient links to contextual information we hope that our patrons will better understand what they are reading in the Wayback Machine.


A sibling to ClaimReview that allows fact-checkers to identify whether a video or image has been manipulated.


The FactStream iOS app brings together the work of three of the largest U.S. fact-checking organizations, The Washington Post, PolitiFact and

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