Fact checking policy

Fact checking policy: Scriling values its readers with the belief that journalism is a pillar of checks and balances in a democratic society as it believes in fair and accurate information.

Scriling has its own internal database, which contains all necessary data, profiles, dates, names, positions, events, etc. to be used for fact-checking. The editorial team uses fact-checkers when deemed necessary.

We are, therefore, committed to being clear, accurate, and precise with the news/content published on our platform.

Our editorial team understands that the stories will have a significant impact on society. Therefore, the team acts responsibly while working on a story or any content that includes identifying information such as names, positions, factual statements, or accounts.

Scriling’s team strictly verifies all information they collect for a news story or an article by going through multiple steps such as cross-the facts, statements of eye-witnesses, public records, source documents, or any other accounts made in relation to a story to ensure accuracy.

Reporters and writers at Scriling must be precise with their words or headlines.

Reporters contact the news source or an individual or an organization for supporting information.