Correction Policy

In journalism, mistakes can and do happen even after the application of due diligence procedures. At NewsFrom360, we do not hesitate to acknowledge them and respond when brought to our notice. Team takes all effort to ensure that any of the information that goes live is verified. We endeavour to be promptly responsive in correcting errors in the material published on our platform.

When we run a correction, or clarification on our social media handles or share an editor’s note, our goal is to tell readers, as clearly and quickly as possible, what was wrong and what is correct. Anyone should be able to understand how and why a mistake has been corrected.

Updating a Report

We make it a practice to put notes on stories if a story has been updated. It is important for us to use a correction or clarification to inform readers whenever we correct a significant mistake or edit a story to include comments or updates from a stakeholder.


If we are substantively correcting an article, photo caption, headline, graphic, video or other material, we promptly publish a correction explaining the need for the said change. For any factual error in our fact-check article, as it comes to our notice, we do a revised article with a new conclusion explain the correction at the top of the article and distribute it on all the social media platforms where our presence is.


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 a clarification is added to the story. A clarification is also used to note if we initially failed to seek a comment or response that has since been added to the story.

Take-Down Requests

We do not comply with takedown demands as a matter of editorial policy. If the subject asserts that the story is inaccurate, We will look into it and, if required, publish a corrected version. When reason requires that We provide an update or follow-up on Our earlier coverage, We do so, taking into account whether additional editorial action is necessary, but We do not take down the article as if it had never been published.

We only consider requests to remove personally identifiable information from our public publications if the individual in question faces imminent bodily danger as a result of the content’s availability.

Other Corrections Policies

When an error is found by a reader and posted to the comment stream, our community engagement team can indicate in comments that it has been corrected. When we publish erroneous information on social networks, we correct it on that platform. We retract the incorrect information if we cannot alter it.

Correction Process, Fact Check corrects errors as quickly as possible and with high levels of transparency. If the correction is straightforward, we mark the correction within 24 hours of being pointed out. But if the correction involves further investigation or reaching out to people for their reactions, the correction may take up to 72 hours.

Continuous Improvement

We see corrections as an opportunity to improve the quality of our content. As such, our editorial team regularly reviews our content and corrections processes to improve the accuracy and clarity of our reporting. also monitors its large presence on social media platforms and welcomes feedback and criticism from our readers.

If there is a major correction or a substantive change that modifies the rating of a news story, it is prominently marked as “Correction” at the top, and we clearly indicate the change, with information on why the change was necessary. This provides a clear, transparent history for every correction.

If a new fact comes to light after a story is published, information that adds substantial new layers or angles but does not alter the rating is marked as “Update” at the end of the article. Corrections in typographical errors, misspellings, grammatical errors or minor changes that are not considered significant by editors are not usually noted.

Reporting Mistakes

We value feedback from our readers, which can be posted in the comments section at the end of every story, video or post. A request for a correction or an update in a story can also be sent to

Also provide details such as content title, publication date and a brief description of the concern. Our editorial team will assess your submission and take appropriate action.

Last Updated: May 20, 2024