Now and then, we may need to make corrections to our articles. This usually happens when more reliable information comes to light. In such cases, we act fast to fix the inaccuracies and attach a note at the bottom apologizing for the errors. If the error hurt the reputation of certain individuals, we ensure that the notice is a lot more prominent.
Journalists have an obligation under IPSO’s Editors’ Code of Practice to protect their sources, but we also have a duty to establish that the sources we use are reliable and that material has been appropriately obtained. Story provenance is ultimately the responsibility of the Editor in Chief.
When using unnamed sources, we rely on the integrity, experience and professionalism of our staff. Our aim in hiding the identity of the sources is strictly for security, and we don’t necessarily aim at protecting them from accountability for their opinions.
We are a proud partner of The Trust Project, an international initiative to make it easier for readers to find out more about the organisations and the people providing them with news, and to support quality journalism.
If you believe a story we have published is inaccurate, please contact the editorial team. You can contact us by:
Email: editorial [at] the viproll com
Write to: The VIP Roll, POB 373 11024 Balboa Blvd Granada Hills, CA 91344
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