Eval (also known as “eval” / “We” / “Us” / “Our”) would like to inform you of the steps we take to rectify inaccurate information on Our Website through this Corrections Policy.

Our readers are critical to us; therefore, if we find an error, we will fix it and let you know as quickly as possible.


eval uses the most up-to-date information when reporting to present its readers with accurate and comprehensive news coverage. We promptly address any errors or omissions in the content on Our Website upon becoming aware of them. When we discover a mistake in Our material, as a digital platform, we immediately publish a correction and a clarification to Our social media accounts, or we publish an editor’s note explaining the corrections made and the nature of the problem. If there has been a severe mistake that might be seen as spreading incorrect information, we will apologize to our readers promptly.


We always make sure to note when an article has been updated. We must provide readers with a correction, explanation, or editor’s note every time we fix a significant error or update a story to reflect comments or information from a stakeholder. If an error is found during our fact-check (which is conducted in line with Our Fact-Check Policy, which can be found at [“Fact-Check Policy”]), we will fix it and acknowledge the update by writing “[Correction: updated Info…]” in bold at the top of the page. In addition to requesting that any errata be addressed to [email protected], we also include a space after each piece for readers to suggest any tweaks they feel are required.


When we make significant edits to the text, photo captions, headlines, graphics, videos, or other material forms, we always provide a correction explaining why we made the change.


When the facts in a piece of journalism are correct, but the language should be more exact and detailed, we rework the text and clarify. An update can also indicate that new information has altered our original account of an event or that we should have included a comment or reaction that we have since solicited.


If a change calls into doubt the veracity of the entire article or raises grave ethical concerns, the editors may add a note to the article and explain why. Only a senior editor can authorize the inclusion of an editor’s note in a published work. Visit our Editorial Policy if you want more details.


When a user finds a problem and brings it to our attention in the comments section, our community engagement team can mark the comments section to let the user know the problem has been fixed.

If an error appears in one of our social media posts, we update the post right away. If the incorrect information cannot be rectified, we will retract it.

By saying “due to a reporting error” or “due to an editing error,” we are not pointing fingers at any journalist or editor.


There is a “Suggest A Correction” option at the foot of every item on our site; use it to get in touch with the editors if you think they made a mistake. To reach us, please write to [email protected].


As a general matter of Policy, we do not respond to requests to remove content. We will investigate the allegation and publish a retraction or clarification if necessary.

When new information emerges that warrants a follow-up to our previous coverage, we do so, weighing whether or not additional editorial action is warranted but not simply erasing the article as if it were never published.

When we make personal information publicly available, we only consider requests to remove it if the subject is in imminent danger of physical harm as a result of the existence of such material.