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CHARACTERISTICS OF TRUSTWORTHY NEWS SOURCES

 

HOW TO SPOT FAKE NEWS

 

POLITIFACT: FAKE NEWS

 

ACCURACY & DOCUMENTATION

 

JOHN OLIVER ON FAKE NEWS

  


 

CHARACTERISTICS OF FAKE NEWS SOURCES

Source:  International Federation of Library Associations & Institutions

 

FAKE NEWS IN THE NEW

  


FACT CHECKING RESOURCES

AllSides - focuses on bias by rating news stories Left, Right, or Center

Chequado - chequea los dichos en el discurso público y los clasifican de "verdadero" o "falso"

FactCheck.org - checks  the factual accuracy of statements.  See also SciCheck, which focuses on science stories

Hoaxy - shows how news spreads

News Fact Checking Sites

Open Secrets - tracks donors, interests groups, PACs

Pew Research Center - nonpartisan research on journalism & media

PolitiFact - researches statements and rate their accuracy on the Truth-O-Meter

RAND - objective analysis of public policy issues

Sharethefacts - a fact-checking widget you can share on facebook or twitter

Snopes.com - researches rumors & hoaxes

Southern Poverty Law Center - research on hate groups

WhoIs Directory - lists who owns domain names              

 

  


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