Publishing Guidelines

Our publishing guidelines are similar to those of

All salient facts should be verified via in-line links , footnotes are less useful because they all appear at the end of the article.
Good verification sources include official documents, media (except fake news outlets listed in our fake news page), published papers, personal and atributed witness statements, video and any reliable and attributable source.
All authors should request another author to edit each post within 24 hours of publication and correct any issues with edit notes.
All confidential source information should be either verified or identified as such.
Media on our ‘Fake Media’ page can’t be cited as verification, but can be referenced if they are being fact-checked and outed.
All posts are made under the Creative Commons License and are the responsibility of the author. on how to spot fake news.

American Copy Editors Society tips for fact-checking.