Corrections Policy

Through this Corrections Policy, CodeAce LLC (also known as “LifestyleUG” / “We” / “Us” / “Our”) would want to let you know about the corrective Policy we take when we discover that some incorrect material has been posted on Our Website.

We are fully aware of Our responsibility to Our readers and recognize that it is Our responsibility to make the necessary corrections and notify you of them as soon as possible.

Premise

In order to provide its audience with accurate and thorough news coverage, LifestyleUG relies on all the information available at the time the story is reported. As soon as we become aware of any inaccuracies in the information on Our Website, we make every effort to respond as soon as possible to make the necessary corrections. As a digital platform, we publish a clarification and a correction to Our social media accounts, or we post an editor’s note outlining the clarifications made and the specifics of the error, in addition to amending it in Our content. We promptly and properly apologise to Our readers in the event of a significant error that could be construed as the propagation of false information.

Updating a Report

If a story has been updated, we routinely highlight the change in the story. Every time We correct a big error or change a story to include comments or updates from a stakeholder, it is crucial that We notify readers with a correction, clarification, or editor’s note. When a factual inaccuracy is discovered during Our fact-check (which is carried out in accordance with Our Fact-Check Policy, which is available at [“Fact-Check Policy”]), We update the article as necessary and note in bold “[Correction: updated Info…]” at the top of the article, along with a description of the correction made. Along with asking for corrections to be sent to [email protected], we also give readers the ability to recommend any necessary corrections at the end of each post.

Corrections

If We are substantively changing a piece of writing, a photo caption, a headline, a graphic, a video, or any other kind of content, We immediately post a correction outlining the justification for the change.

Clarification

We rewrite the text and provide explanation to the story when our journalism contains accurate facts but the language we used to express them is not as precise or thorough as it should be. Clarifications are also used to indicate when fresh information has changed our original version of an event or when we initially neglected to request a remark or reaction that has now been added to the narrative.

Editor’s Notes

A correction that throws the entire content of an article into question or creates a substantial ethical quandary may necessitate an editor’s note, which is followed by an explanation of what is at issue. The adding of an editor’s note to a piece is approved by a senior editor. For more info you can check our Editorial Policy

Other Corrections Policies

When a reader discovers an issue and reports it in the comment stream, our community engagement staff can indicate in the comments that it has been corrected.

When We publish incorrect material on social media, we immediately correct it on that site. If we are unable to change the inaccurate information, we retract it.

We do not assign blame to specific reporters or editors (for example, “due to a reporting error” or “due to an editing error”).

Reporting Inaccuracies

If you believe a story we’ve published is incorrect, please contact the editorial team using the ‘Suggest A Correction’ section at the bottom of every web-article we’ve published. You can also contact us by email at [email protected]

Take-down Requests

We do not entertain take-down requests as a matter of editorial policy. If the subject claims that the story was erroneous, we will investigate and, if required, issue a correction.

In circumstances where fairness requires an update or follow-up on Our earlier coverage, We comply, considering whether further editorial action is necessary, but not removing the piece as if it had never been published.

When We publish publicly available personal data, We only consider takedown requests if the person involved is in danger of physical harm as a result of the existence of such material.