BBC Fake News Research
IFCN’s Kanchan Kaur, who gives certificates to fact-checkers from India, herself has been spreading fake news. Read
Kanchan Kaur in the employee of IFCN (International Fact-Checking Network) who decides which website gets the IFCN certification in India and which portal does not.
Habitual offender BBC, who had falsely claimed ‘Nationalism drives fake news’ now mocks Shastra Puja
The BBC is back again with its overt display of Hinduphobia.
OpIndia’s response to International Fact Checking Network’s rejection of its application for accreditation
OpIndia.com's rejection by IFCN further confirms that the organization of fact-checkers is merely another liberal echo-chamber. It also shows that IFCN is concerned less about the quality of fact-checking and more about the political inclinations of the applicant.
BBC’s choice of fact-checkers and its reliance on accreditation by IFCN reveals extensive bias in its Fake News research
The BBC must come out clean and admit that it's research on Fake News on does not adhere to academic standards and issue an unconditional apology.
The BBC in its amended report on its research on Fake News has corrected only minor mistakes while ignoring the great flaws in their research.
BBC 'fake news' research on Kenya and Nigeria pulled down too
Here are just 20 instances of fake news that were furthered by the BBC
Destined to fail: BBC’s ‘Fake News’ research relied on sources with a political bias and one with a Congress connection
The BBC has been busy removing its Fake News research from its website, uploading it, then removing it again.
BBC had recently published a 'research' paper on fake news which had created quite the brouhaha. The research was conducted based on shoddy methodology, based on questionable sources and had been comprehensively debunked by OpIndia.com
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