List of fact-checking websites

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This list of fact-checking websites includes websites that provide fact-checking services about both political and non-political subjects.

The Reporters' Lab at Duke University maintains a database of fact-checking organizations that is managed by Mark Stencel and Bill Adair. The database tracks more than 100 non-partisan organizations around the world. The Lab's inclusion criteria are based on whether the organization

  • examines all parties and sides;
  • examines discrete claims and reaches conclusions;
  • tracks political promises;
  • is transparent about sources and methods;
  • discloses funding/affiliations;
  • and whether its primary mission is news and information.[1]

By region[edit]

Africa[edit]

  • Africa Check: Africa's first independent fact-checking organization with offices in Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Senegal and the UK checking claims made by public figures and the media in Africa.[2]
  • News Verifier Africa: one-stop fact-checking and news verification platform for Africans. The non-profit platform seeks to improve public access to accurate information by simplifying fact-checking and creating varied appealing formats for fact checked news, data and viral images.[3][4]

Asia-Pacific[edit]

Australia[edit]

International Fact-Checking Network verified signatories:

Others:

Bangladesh[edit]

Hong Kong[edit]

India[edit]

International Fact-Checking Network verified signatories:

Others:

Japan[edit]

  • GoHoo: Launched by a nonprofit association Watchdog for Accuracy in News-reporting, Japan (WANJ or 一般社団法人 日本報道検証機構) on November 16, 2014. Crowd-funded approx. 1.6 million yen through Ready For.[27] Awarded Social Business Grand Prize 2012 Summer.[28]
  • Japan Center of Education for Journalists (JCEJ): Fosters journalists and fact-checkers by referring to a Journalist's Guide to Social Sources published by First Draft News, a project of the Harvard Kennedy School's Shorenstein Center. JCEJ itself also debunks falsehoods.[29]

Pakistan[edit]

Singapore[edit]

  • Black Dot Research[31]

Sri Lanka[edit]

  • Citizen Fact Check: the first fact-checking agency to be launched by a local media organization in Sri Lanka.[32] It is run by the Citizen Media Network.
  • Watchdog[33]

Taiwan[edit]

Europe[edit]

Austria[edit]

Bulgaria[edit]

  • Factcheck.bg: Bulgarian fact-checking website, a project by the Association of European Journalists-Bulgaria (AEJ-Bulgaria).[36]
  • AFP Провери: Bulgarian fact-checking website by Agence France-Presse (AFP) and the Bulgarian journalist Rosen Bosev.[37] "AFP Провери" is a Facebook partner verifying the Bulgarian content on the social media.[38]

Croatia[edit]

Czech Republic[edit]

Finland[edit]

  • Faktabaari: Finnish awarded and politically independent fact-checking website, launched in 2014.[41][42]

France[edit]

Germany[edit]

Georgia[edit]

  • FactCheck Georgia: project of the Tbilisi-based think-tank Georgia's Reforms Associates (GRASS), launched in 2013.[53][54]

Greece[edit]

  • Ellinikahoaxes.gr: Greek fact-checking website launched in 2013. Debunks hoaxes, urban legends, fake news, internet scams and other stories of questionable origin.[55]
  • Factchecker.gr: independent Greek fact-checking website launched in February 2017 specializing in pseudoscience and medical frauds.[56][57]

Italy[edit]

  • Bufale.net: National public service for citizens against fakenews [58][59]
  • Pagella Politica: Italian fact-checking website.[60]
  • Butac.it: Fact-checking website created in 2013[61][62]
  • Facta.news[63][64]

Lithuania[edit]

Norway[edit]

  • Faktisk.no: fact-checking site focusing on public debate in Norway. Set up by rival Norwegian media outlets and a part of IFCN.[66]

Poland[edit]

Portugal[edit]

  • Observador: newspaper with a fact-checking section called Fact Check.[69] First Portuguese member of International Fact-Checking Network at Poynter Institute.[70]
  • Polígrafo: online fact-checking website. Also featured on a SIC news programme.[71]

Romania[edit]

  • Factual.ro: launched by the Funky Citizens organization.[72]

Spain[edit]

  • Comprobado (hosted by Maldita.es).[73]
  • Miniver.org: the first fact-checking web in Spain, launched in 2017, with the purpose of debunking fake news. Accredited by Google as fact-checking organization.[74]
  • Newtral: Spanish fact-checking organization founded by journalist Ana Pastor from LaSexta. Currently the official news verifier for Facebook Spain.[75][76]
  • Maldita.es: independent Spanish fact-checking organization.[77]

Sweden[edit]

  • Källkritikbyrån[78]
  • Fakta i frågan[78]

Ukraine[edit]

  • VoxCheck: unveiled by VoxUkraine, an online economics and policy project, in 2015.[53][79]
  • FactCheck Ukraine: launched by the Kyiv-based Ukrainian Team of Reformers in 2016.[53]
  • StopFake: launched by the Kyiv Mohyla Journalism School in 2014.[80][81]

United Kingdom[edit]

  • BBC Reality Check[82]
  • Full Fact: independent fact-checking organization based in the UK which aims to "promote accuracy in public debate", launched in 2009.[83]
  • FactCheckNI: the first independent dedicated fact-checking service for Northern Ireland, launched in 2016, checking claims as well as offering training in critical thinking, tools and techniques any member of the public can use.[84]
  • The FactCheck blog: fact-checking blog run by the Channel 4 News organization in the UK.[85]
  • Ferret Fact Service: Scotland's first fact-checker launched in April 2017[86] after a grant from the Google Digital News Initiative.[87][88]

Latin America[edit]

Argentina[edit]

Bolivia[edit]

  • Bolivia Verifica[93]
  • Chequea Bolivia[94]

Brazil[edit]

IFCN verified signatories:

Others:

Chile[edit]

Colombia[edit]

Guatemala[edit]

Mexico[edit]

Peru[edit]

Uruguay[edit]

Venezuela[edit]

Middle East[edit]

Iran[edit]

  • Gomaneh: online Persian magazine devoted to the investigation of rumors and hearsay.[127]
  • Factnameh: online Persian magazine launched in 2017 by the ASL19 organization. It mostly focuses on fact-checking quotes from Iranian governmental figures or rumours spread on social media.[128][129]

Jordan[edit]

  • Fatabyyano: independent fact-checking platform, which is considered the leading fact-checking platform in the MENA region. Fatabyyano is the first and only Arabian platform certified by the IFCN.[130] The platform has several million followers, and had received an award from the Harvard Arab Alumni Association in 2016, as well as from Queen Rania of Jordan.[131]

Turkey[edit]

  • Teyit: independent fact-checking organization based in Turkey and a signatory to the International Fact-Checking Network’s Code of Principles and is one of the partners of First Draft News.[132][133]
  • Doğruluk Payı: independent fact-checking organization that focuses on verifying the factual accuracy of statements by Turkish politicians.[133]
  • Malumat Furuş: independent organization fact-checking articles published on printed and online media[134]

North America[edit]

Canada[edit]

United States[edit]

Fraudulent fact-checking websites[edit]

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