Editorial and Publication Policy
- Commitment to informative non-subjective statements
- Refraining from judgmentalism
- Intellectual Properties Observance
- Refraining from Promoting Violence
- Respect of Privacy and ensuring that those involved in any verification process are not exposed to any physical or moral risks.
- Observance of the International Humanitarian Law, the Geneva Convention for the Protection of War Victims, and Crimes against Humanity
- Awareness towards any attempt to exploit any verification essay published on Verify platform in any political, civil, religious, or ethnic conflicts.
- No exaggerated overstatement or understatement while publishing any content that falls within the defined types of content mentioned in Article # /8/ from “Verify Methodology”.
- The privacy and confidentiality of sources are protected and disclosed only for necessity in front of an independent judiciary in a private session.
- Attention to Children-related content and observing relevant publishing laws and ethics.
- Attention to the content related to Persons with disabilities and observing all relevant publishing ethics.
- Considering issues of religious and ethnic conflicts and beware of provoking or fueling hate speech.
Third: Publishing Policy
- Full adherence to the editorial and publishing principles and standards set out in Articles 9 and 10.
- Full compliance with the content analysis and evaluation mechanisms and mechanisms according to what is contained in the methodology section.
Fourth: Publication Mechanism
- Title: The choice of the title must be clear, accurate and indicative of the content of the article.
- Writing the editor’s name: Clarity to indicate the name of the author of the article, must be an explicit known name.
- Overview: Condensing the article in a few lines under the title "You Don't have time?" allows the public to learn about the following details, content and its indications, and the verification result.
- Clarify the nature of the allegation: Under the title "Claim" explains the trending content, its type, its primary source/ sources that published it, and the content must be articulated clearly and following the corresponding trend, supported by visual evidence or hyperlinks to sources that broadcasted or published the content.
- Refuting the allegation: The verification methodology is clearly stated by mentioning content analysis references and mechanisms, according to a clear sequential course as adopted in the methodology.
- Conclusion: Be judged following the evaluation mechanism adopted in the methodology and exclusively per the types of resident content adopted, with full adherence to the principles and standards of publishing and publishing adopted.