a) Filter Cinema is committed to doing its best to publish accurate information across all of its content. We take many steps to ensure accuracy: We investigate claims with skepticism; question assumptions; and challenge conventional wisdom.
b) We are committed to achieving due accuracy in all its output. This commitment is fundamental to our reputation and the trust of audiences. The term ‘due’ means that the accuracy must be adequate and appropriate to the output, taking account of the subject and nature of the content and explicitly mention/underline any constraint that may influence that expectation.
c) This means all our output, as appropriate to its content and nature, must be well-sourced, based on available evidence, and corroborated. We strive to be honest and open about what we don’t know and avoid unfounded speculation.
d) Our writers never plagiarize deliberately or distort facts or context, including visual information knowingly.
e) We seek independent verification from sources to confirm claims, information, allegation, especially those made by public officials or anyone with an agenda beyond merely reporting the truth. Claims, allegations, material facts, and other content that cannot be corroborated is normally be attributed.
f) Filter Cinema stands by the information it publishes and deems it to be accurate. If proven otherwise, we change the news item/information as quickly as possible. We do not knowingly and materially mislead our audiences. We do not distort facts or present invented material as facts, that can undermine our audiences’ trust in our content. We acknowledge serious factual errors and correct them quickly, clearly, and appropriately.
g) We provide a fair opportunity for the public to report any inaccuracies or errors in our reportage via the comment section that appears at the end of every web-story that is published.
h) Our writers’ primary responsibility is reporting, writing, and fact-checking stories. Stories are subject to review by one or more editors. Filter Cinema has a multi-level fact-checking structure for stories that require due diligence. The seniority of editors who review a story prior to publication varies on a range of factors, including complexity, sensitivity, and the pressure of time.