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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Oigetit Fake News Filter?
How does the Oigetit Fake News Filter work?
How does Oigetit come up with the Reliability % Score and a Red, Green or Yellow Shield for each article?
Why do I see different Reliability % Scores and Colored Shields assigned to news articles?
Why should I use Oigetit Fake News FIlter on a daily basis?
Where does the news on Oigetit Fake News Filter come from?
How current or up-to-date is the news on Oigetit?
Can I find news from other countries or about other countries on Oigetit?
Can I search for news that I want to read on Oigetit?
How many topics or keywords can I search for on Oigetit?
How many stories is Oigetit processing daily?
Do I get to read news from Wall Street Journal and CNN?
What causes the Fake News Filter percentage on the articles to be less than 100%?
Why does the Oigetit Fake News Filter rate a well-known and reliable source like the Wall Street Journal less than 100%? And in some cases, why does Oigetit rates its articles as low as 65%?
Are there other devices I can use to access Oigetit aside from a desktop computer?
Does Oigetit have a political agenda?
Why doesn’t my news article show up on Oigetit?
Is there any charges or subscription fee to use the Oigetit app?
Can I share articles through the Oigetit platform?
When I use the Oigetit website, do I need to first login to access the news?
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