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Why do we fact-check?

We rely on information to make meaningful decisions that affect our lives, but the nature of the internet means that misinformation reaches more people faster than ever before.

Logically’s mission is to reduce and eventually eliminate the harm caused by the spread of mis- and disinformation.

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Fact-Check with Logically

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Our fact-checking team will do our best to determine whether or not this particular bit of information is reliable, and send you a short report that you can share with your network, so you can do your part to fight misinformation. Find out more about our AI-assisted Fact-Checking Service

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Our mobile app gives you access to one of the largest team of dedicated fact-checkers on the planet. If you spot something online that you’re not sure about, send it to us and we’ll investigate it for you.

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Fact-check of the day

No. of Fact Checks done

15561

Live Fact Check Count

27

How does it work?

Submit an article URL and our AI will pick out the key claims for you to choose from, or type in a claim and submit it in the Fact Check tab in the Logically App. Our Fact Finder AI will automatically retrieve evidence and fact checks related to your claim, checking it against a database of trusted sources. If the claim has been checked before, our AI will return the result automatically or if not you can send it to our fact checking team.

If our Fact Finder AI doesn’t shine enough light on your claim, you can request a Fact Check in the Logically app. Logically employs the largest dedicated team of fact checkers on the planet, who will thoroughly investigate your claim and provide you with a verdict. You can set notifications to track the progress of your claim in the app.

Once the team has finished, you can access the finished report through the app. It will give you a verdict, a quick summary of our team’s findings, as well as a more detailed report that tells you how they went about conducting the fact check and why they reached the conclusion that they did. The sources that they used are linked to at the bottom, so you can go and check for yourself, and we’ve designed our reports to be easily shareable so that you can pass them on to your friends and family.

FAQs

How we choose claims?

How we conduct fact checks?

How we rate fact checks

Non-partisanship

How we choose sources

Corrections

Fact checks may need to be revised for a number of reasons, including the emergence of new information, discovery of new evidence, or to correct typographical errors. If you believe we have made an error in any aspect of one of our fact checks, submit a complaint through the app, or contact us through our contact page.

  • Each fact check comes with a unique tracking code which allows our editorial team to quickly trace any fact check which may be the subject of an update, complaint or correction.
  • Fact checks which are edited with substantive corrections will be marked with a ‘correction’ label on the sharable image.
  • Fact checks which are edited with non-substantive corrections (to fix spelling, grammatical or other mistakes which do not contribute to the substance of the claim or judgement) will be marked as ‘updated’.
  • Complaints will be assessed by senior members of the fact checking and editorial team, and promptly responded to, with reasons given for our decision to either correct a fact check or leave it as it stands.
  • If you are not satisfied with our response, you will be able to issue a further complaint to our senior editor, who will take any necessary steps to satisfactorily address the issue, up to and including appointing an independent advisor to investigate the claim.
  • Users who have received or tracked a fact check which is the subject of an update or a correction will be notified.
Our Archive of corrected claims can be found here

Journalistic Corrections and Right of Reply

If you notice something published in our journalistic, research or educational output which you believe to be inaccurate, misleading or unfair, please submit a correction request to our editorial team on our contact us page. Any complaints will be raised to the senior editor and responded to within 48 hours. Any complaint found to have substantive merit will be publicly corrected, and the correction given equal prominence to the article in question. We offer anybody who was the subject of criticism in our reporting the right to reply, provided a prima facie case can be made that our criticisms can be fairly addressed. Reasons for any refusal to grant a right to reply will be published on our website.

If you believe Logically is violating the IFCN code of principles, you can inform the IFCN directly here.

How we choose claims?

How we conduct fact checks?

How we rate fact checks

Non-partisanship

How we choose sources

Corrections

Fact checks may need to be revised for a number of reasons, including the emergence of new information, discovery of new evidence, or to correct typographical errors. If you believe we have made an error in any aspect of one of our fact checks, submit a complaint through the app, or contact us through our contact page.

  • Each fact check comes with a unique tracking code which allows our editorial team to quickly trace any fact check which may be the subject of an update, complaint or correction.
  • Fact checks which are edited with substantive corrections will be marked with a ‘correction’ label on the sharable image.
  • Fact checks which are edited with non-substantive corrections (to fix spelling, grammatical or other mistakes which do not contribute to the substance of the claim or judgement) will be marked as ‘updated’.
  • Complaints will be assessed by senior members of the fact checking and editorial team, and promptly responded to, with reasons given for our decision to either correct a fact check or leave it as it stands.
  • If you are not satisfied with our response, you will be able to issue a further complaint to our senior editor, who will take any necessary steps to satisfactorily address the issue, up to and including appointing an independent advisor to investigate the claim.
  • Users who have received or tracked a fact check which is the subject of an update or a correction will be notified.
Our Archive of corrected claims can be found here

Journalistic Corrections and Right of Reply

If you notice something published in our journalistic, research or educational output which you believe to be inaccurate, misleading or unfair, please submit a correction request to our editorial team on our contact us page. Any complaints will be raised to the senior editor and responded to within 48 hours. Any complaint found to have substantive merit will be publicly corrected, and the correction given equal prominence to the article in question. We offer anybody who was the subject of criticism in our reporting the right to reply, provided a prima facie case can be made that our criticisms can be fairly addressed. Reasons for any refusal to grant a right to reply will be published on our website.

If you believe Logically is violating the IFCN code of principles, you can inform the IFCN directly here.

Meet the Fact checking team