The journalists at eval are committed to upholding the highest standards of professionalism in their coverage of current events. Everything we publish is designed with integrity and truth, bearing in mind the proliferation of fake news on the internet and the demand for reliable sources.
To guarantee that our readers are treated fairly, and with respect, we offer the news without prejudice and maintain as much neutrality as possible in our reporting. For this reason, it is crucial that everyone at eval—from upper management to reporters in the field—commits to maintaining an environment free of bias and vested interests.
In all our personal and professional endeavors, we at eval must always keep in mind the magazine’s reputation and the role each of us plays in maintaining it. eval relies on the honesty and reliability of its employees, and it is imperative that they all feel this responsibility.
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EDITORIAL ETHICS & INTEGRITY
We cover the latest events around the world here at eval. Providing information that is reliable and impartial is crucial to us.
We report on latest stories from various tech, AI, software, Data Analysis, Networking, Marketing, Blogging and more. However, the news and information we provide are only facts and are not intended to sway or shape any specific viewpoint. It is up to you, the reader, to determine which information is most helpful to you and use them to build your judgments.
We occasionally run reviews and highlight pieces from industry professionals. These are intended for readers interested in professional guidance, but they should be seen as something other than reflecting the view of eval.
EDITORIAL POLICIES FOR STAFF
It is a firm belief at eval that our publication and its team maintain the most significant levels of honesty and decency in all we do. We take a firm stance against partiality, inaccuracy, distortion, or even sloppiness. Our editorial strategy was developed in light of these considerations, and we report the news following it.
Anyone accessing the internet may appear as a news source or a reporter, making it easier for readers to fall for false news or propaganda. In addition, propagandists frequently use the term “fake news” to dismiss reliable data sources. There are more channels than ever for disseminating news, which might facilitate the spreading of false information. This makes it harder to identify the truth. Because of this, we consider it obligatory to maintain honesty and professionalism in all our endeavors, regardless of the medium.
- Nothing submitted for publishing in our journal should be stolen from elsewhere or used to spread incorrect information or misinformation.
- Verify the accuracy of all references and quotations.
- Separate yourself sensibly from the material discussed.
- Make an effort to track down and confirm all information origins.
- The anonymity of sources should be respected when it is required or when the sources themselves insist on it for a good cause.
- You should not pay or give anything of value to anybody in the news industry in exchange for using their likeness or participating in your media.
- Provide the interviewees with a list of questions in advance.
- Not assume a false identity to read articles
- The pursuit of photos should be balanced between respect for privacy and safety and the need to get the narrative out there.
- Make an effort to be objective even if you must paint your subjects in an unfavorable light.
- Try your best to get answers from the people you’re asking about.
- Advertisements and sponsored material should be labeled as such, and disclosures should be included alongside native advertisements.
- Must maintain a strict firewall between the newsroom and the rest of the office.
- Try to avoid intentionally violating copyright laws.
- Get honest about our failures and fix them as soon as we learn about them.
- Please don’t do anything that might put our ability to report the news fairly and objectively at risk, such as taking money from any source that could be mentioned in a story.
- The onus for ensuring that these guidelines are followed consistently rests with all members of the eval staff. We will give careful consideration to anything that raises doubts about our methods.
- For this reason, violations of these regulations will be thoroughly investigated and may result in disciplinary action, as they are essential to the success of eval. Discipline may range from a reprimand to termination, depending on the nature of the offense.
ORIGINAL CONTENT PROCESS
Our editors, reporters, and journalists carefully curate and verify all the information we publish. We cover a wide range of subjects, including (but not limited to) politics, health, entertainment, money, and the arts.
Journalists, writers, and editors on our staff interact with specialists in their respective fields to produce in-depth articles that readers won’t find anywhere else. Before each story is released to the public, it is vetted by our editors and subject-matter experts.
Before a story or news piece is published, it is first examined by experienced consultants in the relevant field to ensure it is suitable, accurate, fair, and transparent. A sub-editor then examines the piece for grammar, spelling, punctuation, and clarity. After several rounds of editing, the content is sent to the Chief Editor for final approval before going live.
COLLABORATIONS & THIRD-PARTY CONTENT
eval may accept advertising revenue or sponsorship dollars to support creating collaborative content. In such a case, the third party may collaborate with eval to determine suitable themes. The content will be vetted according to our original content approach, and the third party will not have editorial control. During the financing term, such material must include the phrase “sponsored by.” However, this recognition no longer implies that the content’s editorial independence was compromised.
SPONSORSHIP AND ADVERTISING GUIDELINES
Marketers and businesses may get their ads, guest pieces, and sponsored material published on eval. Advertising, advertisements, or material from our advertisers can take several forms, such as badges, contextual ads, third-party banners, and original content.
Moreover, we welcome “native advertising,” which can take the shape of thumbnail images, text paragraphs, badges, or any other material or image and generally show next to journalistic content. A “Sponsored Post,” “By,” “Provided by,” or “From” label will indicate that the content is paid promotion from a specific source.
Regardless of the type of advertisement or post, the onus of ensuring its integrity and neutrality is on the advertiser. This editorial policy does not intend to apply to any advertisements or user-submitted content. The eval team does not vet advertisements, so please use your judgment when viewing them.