Attempted correction request to AFP Fact Check

AFP Fact Check used the same equivocal argument other fact-checking organizations have used in answering whether abortion is ever medically necessary.

The fact-checking organization under Agence France-Presse uses a form interface instead of email submission of correction requests. After submission, we received confirmation of submission and a message that the email was not sent. We’re not sure what that means in practical terms.

Our documentation shows a visible portion of the form interface before hitting the “submit” button, then the text of the complaint, followed by the combination confirmation/error message. Lastly, we tweeted at AFP Fact Check and employee about the wonky submission form. We included a screen grab of that tweet.

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