Why so-called ‘fact-checkers’ are a greater evil than random misinformation that they claim to fight
In his speech, the PM also took veiled jibes at a few CMs as well as loudmouthed opposition politicians with no skin in the game.
IFCN and its history of motivated fact checks: An effort by Hillary supporters to regain their failing grip over public discourse
The International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) is an effort by the Left Cabal to maintain their grip over public discourse.
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.
IFCN accredited ‘fact-checker’ Boom Live peddles fake news about Justice Muralidhar’s alleged “overnight” transfer days after it was debunked
A week after fake news on Justice Muralidhar's transfer was debunked, IFCN accredited 'fact-checker' Boom Live spreads them
IFCN rejects Fact Hunt’s application based on their founders’ past tweets but overlooks open political prejudice of Altnews founders
The rejection of Fact Hunt’s application and acceptance of Altnews’s application despite its flagrant violations of IFCN policies reveals the dual standards espoused by the organisation
Amidst all the controversy, AltNews was engaged in a dedicated effort to shield the rioters at the Jamia Milia Islamia University.
AltNews lies in its response but IFCN declares political activists ‘neutral’: Here is how IFCN is a threat to Indian sovereignty
The 'International' in IFCN ought to have been replaced with the word Globalist since it captures their motives and objectives much more effectively.
International Fact-Checking Network says its Indian signatory Alt News may have potentially violated IFCN Code of Principles
IFCN accepted that Pratik Sinha has violated its nonpartisanship policy by being a member of Jan Sangharsh Manch
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.