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  2. Media Bias/Fact Check - Wikipedia

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    Media Bias/Fact Check ( MBFC) is an American website founded in 2015 by editor Dave Van Zandt. The website has been described as an amateur effort to rate news media sources based on factual accuracy and political bias. Chart showing the degree of bias rating given to CNN. Sites are rated on a 0–10 scale by Van Zandt and his team using ...

  3. Talk:Media Bias/Fact Check - Wikipedia

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    Fact checking organizations like those part of International Fact Checking Network provide information to ordinary consumers, based on “manual” human reporting, and generally focusing on the content of a specific claim or article. Source lists like Media Bias Fact Check and Open Sources attempt a similar type of evaluation for news sites.

  4. Talk:The Canary (website) - Wikipedia

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    Boycott the Guardian? Should The Canary's participation in boycotting the Guardian be included in the article, as it got a fair bit of secondary coverage? BobFromBrockley 10:39, 3 April 2019 (UTC) Media Bias/Fact Check

  5. List of fake news websites - Wikipedia

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    Several of the website's fake stories have successfully spread on social media. Oneworld.press Russian troll farm working to elect Donald Trump and pushing fake pandemic information. OpIndia: OpIndia is an Indian website that has been rejected by the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN). Fact checkers certified by the IFCN have identified ...

  6. List of fact-checking websites - Wikipedia

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    Africa Check: Africa's first independent fact-checking organisation with offices in Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Senegal and the UK checking claims made by public figures and the media in Africa. [3] News Verifier Africa is a one-stop fact-checking and news verification platform for Africans.

  7. Talk:The Guardian/Archive 4 - Wikipedia

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    The Guardian typically utilizes credible sources such as thoughtco.com, gov.UK, HuffPost, independent.co.uk, and the Miami Herald. A factual search reveals that the Guardian has a clean fact check record. Overall, we rate The Guardian Left-Center biased based on story selection that favors the left and High for factual reporting.

  8. Talk:2020 Nagorno-Karabakh war/Archive 16 - Wikipedia

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    Moreover, according to media bias chart The The Guardian even doesn't exist in the list and CNN scorred as having "Some reliability issues and / or extremism". Another organization called Media Bias Fact check also classifies CNN as Bias also The Guardian. This is my prove that your sources and any link you are referring as independent is bias.

  9. Talk:One America News Network/Archive 2 - Wikipedia

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    For what it's worth, Media Bias Fact Check, a rating site that a number of editors don't like, puts OAN between "Right" and "Extreme Right". I think using "Right" is a good compromise. No one can reasonably dispute the label applies and it avoids disputes.

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