Funchod would like to inform you about the corrective measures, through this correction policy, if we find that some incorrect information has been published on our website. We are conscious of our responsibility to our readers and fully understand that it is our responsibility to make improvements and also to notify you about the same as soon as possible.
Funchod tries to present accurate and complete news reports to its viewers based on all available information at the time when we are reporting news. We endeavor to be immediately responsible for correcting errors in the material published on our website as soon as it comes to our notice. We being a digital platform run a correction and a clarification on our social media handles or share an editor’s note that presents the corrections made and what was the error in details apart from updating it in our content . In case of a major mistake that may lead to the spread of misinformation, we would like to apologize to our readers in a fair and timely manner.
If a story has been updated we practice putting notes on the stories. It is important for us to use corrections, clarifications or editor’s notes to inform readers whenever we correct a significant mistake or edit a story to include stakeholder comments, updates. If an error occurs in our fact-checking (which is done in accordance with our fact-checking policy available at [“Fact-Checking Policy”]) and once it is brought to our notice, we will do so accordingly and at the top of the article. update the . In the article, we mention the bold “[correction: updated information …]” and explain the improvements made. We also request our community members to send corrections to firstname.lastname@example.org and also, at the bottom of each article, we provide readers an option to suggest improvements if any.
If we are making a fundamental improvement to an article, photo caption, title, graphic, video or other content, we immediately publish the correction explaining the need for the said change.
When our journalism is factually correct, but the language we use to explain those facts is not as clear or detailed as it should be, the language is rewritten and explanation is added to the story. An explanation is also used to note whether we initially failed to receive any comments or feedback that were later added to the story or that new reporting moved our account of an incident Is.
A correction that questions the overall essence of an article or raises a significant ethical predicament may require an editor’s note, followed by an explanation of the problem. A senior editor approves the addition of an editor’s note to a story.
Other Reform Policies
When a reader finds an error and is posted to the comment stream, our community engagement team can indicate in the comments that it has been fixed. When we publish false information on a social network, we correct it on that platform. If we cannot change it, we withdraw incorrect information. We do not blame individual journalists or editors (for example “due to a reporting error” or “due to an editing error”).
If you believe a story we publish is inaccurate, please contact the editorial team through the ‘Suggest an improvement’ section that appears at the end of each web-story that is published. You can also mail us at email@example.com.
As a matter of editorial policy, we do not consider take-down requests. If the subject claims that the story was false, we are ready to investigate and, if necessary, publish corrections. In situations where fairness calls for an update or follow-up on our previous coverage, we consider that further editorial action is warranted, but not to remove the article as if it had never been published. When we publish publicly available personal data, we only review removal requests if the person involved is at risk of physical harm due to the existence of such content.