Inner Strength Zone
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- Overall, we rate Inner Strength Zone Questionable based on a complete lack of transparency and the publication of pseudoscience and false claims. We also do not provide a bias rating as they do not publish political news.
Reasoning: Lack of Transparency, Pseudoscience, False Claims
World Press Freedom Rank: Canada 16/180
Founded in 2017, Inner Strength Zone is a website that claims to publish uplifting, funny, and inspirational stories. The website completely lacks transparency as they do not have an about page, disclose authors, or indicate who owns it.
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Funded by / Ownership
Inner Strength Zone does not disclose ownership and revenue is derived through advertising and sponsored content.
Analysis / Bias
In review, Inner Strength Zone publishes news stories about celebrities and feel-good stories such as this https://innerstrength.zone/heartwarming/state-trooper-sits-on-the-side-of-the-road-having-lunch-with-a-homeless-woman/. This story is sourced to an ABC News video. An example of celebrity news is as follows https://innerstrength.zone/heartwarming/state-trooper-sits-on-the-side-of-the-road-having-lunch-with-a-homeless-woman/.
While most stories are light news and apolitical, some have made false claims such as this https://innerstrength.zone/funny/actual-resignation-letter-written-by-a-woman-whod-had-enough-of-her-boss/. This story was debunked by Snopes in 2004. They have also promoted pseudoscience claiming you can detect a heart attack up to 1 month in advance.
Overall, we rate Inner Strength Zone Questionable based on a complete lack of transparency and the publication of pseudoscience and false claims. We also do not provide a bias rating as they do not publish political news. (D. Van Zandt 6/13/2020)
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