- Rated 1 out of 5Diese Erweiterung zeigt Bild.de als vertrauenswürdige News-Seite an. Sorry, das geht gar nicht!
- Rated 1 out of 5Kann ja nicht neutral sein, wenn ehemalige Direktoren von US-Geheimdiensten und ehemalige Mitglieder der US-Regierung im Vorstand sitzen!
- Rated 1 out of 5Übelste US-Propaganda von Ex CIA- und NATO Leuten die sich "Unabhängigkeit" auf die Fahne schreiben.
Unglaublich das sowas hier möglich ist!
- Rated 5 out of 5Newsguard's professional approach to its assessments has actually generated more responsibility in the media industry, but rather than simply a green tick or a red X, they might consider at least an amber light for the likes of Fox News, which has a pass rating.
Co-founders Brill and Crovitz have been in the game for a long time, both with a history of some left-field projects, yet I think they've done well with this one with a seemingly qualified and reliable team.
They are gradually expanding around the world, and this will be useful and informative for Europeans and Asians.
I'd probably give it around a 4.6/7 star for now but it's certainly on the way up. Definitely a high-quality product.
- Rated 5 out of 5This is a great add-on that judges news outlets by objective, unbiased standards of journalistic integrity. Many people rate this one star because it correctly rates their preferred news source as risky, biased, or untrustworthy. This outlet doesn't rate sites by their political leanings, it rates them based on objective standards such as their record on correcting false information, disclosing ownership and possible conflicts of interest, whether they handle fact / opinion responsibly, and whether they routinely publish false statements. Because of this, the ratings aren't based on politics, they're based on journalism as they should be.
- Rated 2 out of 5No option to stop it's tab from opening automatically. (that I could find)
- Rated 1 out of 5propaganda campaign ? This add is trash !!!!
- Rated 5 out of 5NewsGuard does a good job of giving reasons why they rated a site a certain way. Their reasons are generally about journalistic integrity (funding sources, willingness to correct errors, making opinion/fact differences apparent) not political leanings, which is good. In general, I don't like to rely on the overall rating (green or red) that they give, but I find the breakdown of "nutrition facts" very useful. I feel like the categories they choose to rate on have given me a vocabulary of attributes to look for in all news and information outlets, even when I'm not using the extension.
- Rated 5 out of 5I love the fact that the reviews suggest discrediting Fox News and CNN at the same time. God guys, this is not a tool for finding the media that matches your taste.
- Rated 1 out of 5Terms of Service page constantly spams you. Uninstalling.
- Rated 1 out of 5Now spams a TOC popup page **EVERYTIME** you open the browser.
Was a useful tool for telling the difference between reputable journalists or not.
more hassle than its worth.
- Rated 1 out of 5Fox News and Breitbart with a green check automatically discredits this app. Seriously!