Verify.Wiki helps fight unverified information shared on social media.
Verify.Wiki uses a properitory methodology called "reverse virality" to fight false news and misinformation propagated via WhatsApp, Facebook and other social media channels. "Reverse Virality" combines crowd-sourcing with social networking, enabling anyone to participate in submitting and verifying false and misinformation. Every contribution goes through a crowd-sourced verification process to ensure accuracy and transparency. The corrected version is then propagated back via the same channels the story initiated, targeting those who might have consumed the false story. Users receive badges and industry certifications for contributing to Verify.Wiki.
Learn how Verify.Wiki was able to stop close to a dozen false news stories in a two week pilot conducted in the city of Chennai in India
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