BAE (stillabae.com) Corrections and Clarifications Policy
It is BAE’s policy to correct all errors in articles, videos, and social media posts, and reflect these same corrections promptly.
How to bring an error to the notice of the editors
Reporters and sub-editors should immediately flag corrections to a senior member of the editorial team. These corrections may have been identified by the editorial team, by a reader, or by a person quoted within the article or video. All revisions must have prior approval of a senior editorial member before being implemented.
When a correction is made, it should reflect on the website, on social media, and in any offline repository (such as archives, etc.). Any change made within an article should also be noted at the top of the item.
Clarifications and corrections should be clear and avoid obfuscation. Anyone reading the correction should be able to understand how and why the mistake has been corrected.
When incorrect or misleading information is published on social media, BAE Magazine should correct it on time by publishing a new status or post acknowledging the error.
If it is possible to edit the original post to note the error and correct the information, this is preferred. Once the information has been updated, the incorrect post may be deleted.
Take-down (“unpublish”) requests
These have become increasingly frequent, and such requests may not always have merit. As a matter of editorial policy, only those articles that have serious errors and show proof of misleading and/or libelous content should be considered for “take-down” and should be done so only after a thorough investigation. It is always preferable to correct an article rather than unpublish it.
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