Our.News Creates 'Nutritional' Fact-Checking Labels to Help Audiences Make Healthier News Consumption Choices


When we verify facts, we usually start by checking the source, its history, location and credentials. Although efficient, this process is as time-consuming as it is tedious and it makes news reporting a challenge.

One of the problems is that online misinformation is rarely a plain lie. Fact-checkers are expected to recognise all shades of inaccurate, agenda-driven, doctored or altogether fabricated.

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