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- Overall, we rate CS Globe a strong conspiracy website that promotes unproven claims. We also rate them Low for factual reporting for the same.
Factual Reporting: LOW
Founded in 2012, CS Globe is a news and opinion website that mostly publishes conspiracy theories and pseudoscience stories. According to their about page “We created CSglobe because we wanted to find an easy way to bring thought-provoking, educational, and entertaining media to anyone with an Internet connection.”
The website lacks transparency as they do not offer author names, an editor is not named and ownership is not disclosed.
Funded by / Ownership
CS Globe does not disclose ownership. Revenue is derived through advertising and donations.
Analysis / Bias
In review, CS Globe covers news related to pseudoscience and conspiracy theories. For example, Here’s 100% Proof that Chemtrails are Real. They also promote cancer cures such as this: There Are Now 100 Scientific Studies Proving Cannabis Cures Cancer. While we are certain Cannabis can aid in cancer treatment for logical scientific reasons, to say it cures it, is a stretch. We will not spend much time on this source. If we are wrong please provide evidence and we will adjust accordingly.
Overall, we rate CS Globe a strong conspiracy website that promotes unproven claims. We also rate them Low for factual reporting for the same. (D. Van Zandt 7/20/2016) Updated (3/18/2020)
Last Updated on May 22, 2023 by Media Bias Fact Check
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