Our editorial staff invests a great deal of time on research, fact-checking and most importantly – making sure it’s something of interest to you, our sophisticated reader.

The Alister & Paine Editorial Guidelines outline the standards Alister & Paine expects of all Alister & Paine content. They are designed for everyone who makes content for Alister & Paine, to help them deal with difficult editorial decisions. Alister & Paine is committed to delivering the highest editorial and ethical standards in the provision of its content both in the US and abroad. We seek to balance our rights to freedom of expression and information with our responsibilities.

The Alister & Paine Editorial Guidelines are a statement of the values and standards we have set for ourselves. They also codify the good practice we expect from the creators and makers of all Alister & Paine content, whether it is made by Alister & Paine itself or by an Independent company working for Alister & Paine.

Alister & Paine’s commitment to accuracy is a core editorial value and fundamental to our reputation. Our output must be well sourced, based on sound evidence, thoroughly tested and presented in clear, precise language. We should be honest and open about what we don’t know and avoid unfounded speculation.

For Alister & Paine accuracy is more important than speed and it is often more than a question of getting the facts right. All the relevant facts and information should be weighed to get at the truth. If an issue is controversial, relevant opinions as well as facts may need to be considered.

We aim to achieve accuracy by using first hand sources, checking and cross-checking the facts, validating the authenticity of submitted materials, and corroborating claims and allegations made by contributors whenever possible.

At Alister & Paine we respect your privacy; to that end, we will never provide your subscriber information to any third party… ever.

Thank you for taking the time to review our policies. We hope that you continue to enjoy our digital magazine.

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Alister & Paine