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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.

Showing 117 Results translates the enlightening vision as the necessity of presenting clear, enlightening, insightful, contextual, deep, investigative, factual, supported by a lot of quantitative and qualitative data. - both secondary and primary, and can be accounted for.

The Whistle

Globes' Whistle examines public statements by public figures in order to provide readers and news consumers with an essential tool for their informed and critical examination. is working to ensure that internet users can access correct information by verifying in many areas from widely known mistakes, suspicious information on the agenda of social media, claims brought up by the media, or urban legends.

Taiwan FactCheck Center

Taiwan’s first fact-checking center was jointly supported by the Taiwan Media Observation Education Foundation and the Quality Journalism Development Association.


Tattle is a group of technologists, researchers, journalists and artists. We build tools and datasets to better understand and respond to (mis)information trends on chat apps and regional language social media in India.


When misinformation obscures the truth and readers don’t know what to trust,’s fact checking and original, investigative reporting lights the way to evidence-based and contextualized analysis.


The platform was launched by the team of the "Why Not" organization, which has many years of experience in fact-checking, through work on checking the accuracy and consistency of statements of public officials, and monitoring the fulfillment of election promises on the Istinomjer platform. is a fact-checking website produced by Voice of America (VOA)​ and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.

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