U.S. - Popular fact-checking site Snopes.com rolled out a brand-new spinoff site designed to fact-check previously published fact checks on Snopes.com, reliable sources confirmed Tuesday.
The new site is called "Snopes Snopes," and will comb through the original site's articles in order to label them "True," "False," or "Clearly Biased," assisting readers in discerning fact from fiction on the popular site which claims to debunk urban legends, hoax news stories, and satire.
"Our readers can now determine when a Snopes.com fact check is clearly erroneous or biased, with our help," one Snopes fact-checker told reporters. "Rest assured that we will remain as neutral as possible when fact checking our own articles."
"Up until now, the question everyone was asking was, 'Who Snopes the Snopes?' and now we have an answer," she added.
At publishing time, Snopes editors had confirmed plans to launch a third site designed to fact-check its own fact checks of its own fact checks.