Fact-Checkers Rely Heavily on Media Reports for 'Truth'

One of the most existential questions regarding the fact-checking landscape is just what constitutes "truth"? When fact-checkers review a claim, where do they turn to verify or refute it and what source do they consider trustworthy enough to rely upon as arbitrator? It turns out that fact-checkers rely heavily on news reports for their verdicts.

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