Corrections Policy

Salone Fact Checker Corrections Policy

At Salone Fact Checker (SFC), our unwavering commitment to accuracy and integrity drives every aspect of our fact-checking process. While we strive for precision, we understand that errors can occasionally occur. Our Corrections Policy outlines the framework for identifying, addressing, and rectifying inaccuracies while upholding transparency and accountability.

  1. Identification of Errors: Any potential error brought to our attention by our readers, stakeholders, or identified through our internal review processes undergoes meticulous evaluation. This ensures that the reported error is genuine and warrants corrective action.
  2. Correction Process: Upon confirmation of an error, we follow a systematic procedure:

Correction Notice: A visible and comprehensive correction notice is appended to the relevant fact-check article. This notice delineates the nature of the error, provides accurate information, and includes the exact date and time of the correction.

Cross-Referencing: To maintain coherence, related content affected by the error is updated and cross-referenced accordingly.

Transparent Explanation: Alongside the correction, a transparent explanation of the error’s origin and context is provided, allowing readers to comprehend the situation fully.

  1. Timeliness: Promptness is paramount. Corrections are made promptly upon verification of the error, ensuring accurate information is reinstated without delay.
  2. Reporting Errors: We welcome and encourage readers, stakeholders, and collaborators to report potential errors. Reports can be submitted through the following channels:

Email: Send an email to with the subject line “Correction Request.”

  1. Accountability and Public Record: In the spirit of transparency, a public record of all corrections is maintained on our platform. This record provides comprehensive details about the error, the date of correction, and the specific content affected.
  2. Learning and Improvement: Errors are invaluable opportunities for growth. Our editorial team conducts thorough analyses of errors to identify potential shortcomings within our processes. This information informs continuous improvement measures to prevent similar errors in the future.
  3. Ethical Considerations and Sensitivity: When an error pertains to third parties or sources, we approach the correction process with ethical sensitivity. In certain cases, seeking input from affected parties may be appropriate.

Thank you for your engagement in our commitment to delivering reliable and credible information.

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