MatheuFeed provides a wide range of content, news, and services. It used certain publishing principles to communicate with users in an interactive environment.
Our website publishing principles reflect the values and standards we uphold. The following principles govern the good practices we expect from the creators and editors of all content on the site, whether the website itself or an independent company working for the website, for any of the following purposes:
The site’s news and content cannot be published unless they have been thoroughly researched. One of our top priorities in this regard is to create realistic and unbiased publications that do not mislead the public. As a result, accuracy and dependability are at the top of our priority list. Our goal is to reduce errors caused by a lack of knowledge and care and to correct them as soon as possible so that the information does not mislead the user.
We respect the right to respond and to disclaim false posts.
No one in our content has the right to humiliate people based on their race, gender, age, health, political beliefs, social status, social opinion, sexual orientation, or religious beliefs; we take care not to knowingly harm groups such as children, people with special needs, or minorities who require special attention.
We do not allow religious and moral publications to incite hatred and undermine national unity and integrity.
We do not use content or news that is shocking or offensive to the general understanding of morality, religious sentiments, and basic fundamentals.
Under the guise of criticism, we do not use expressions that degrade or slander natural and/or legal persons.
We avoid producing content that promotes violence and bullying and undermines human values.
We take care not to include details or elements that could influence people, incite crime, or create negative incidents. Even if the events described in our articles are not positive, we strive to present them objectively. We take care that our content and news do not violate the society’s and the family’s national and moral values. We avoid publications that may harm the structure of the family, society’s smallest unit.
We will not find anyone “guilty” unless proven so by a court of law.
All aspects of our services, in our opinion, respect human dignity and fundamental human rights.
We value privacy and will not violate it unless there is a compelling reason to do so. Except in cases of obvious public interest, we do not disclose private conduct, communications, or conversations.
We only broadcast private lives when it is in the public interest.
Without permission, we do not use other people’s personal information or photos as the subject of content.
We take care not to use expressions that degrade or defame individuals or organizations beyond the scope of criticism in our content and news.
IDEA IMPARTIALITY AND DIVERSITY
We focus on the creation of our content, the services we offer, and the topics we address from multiple perspectives, rather than just one.
We try to be objective and not just one person’s opinion. Our users can also contribute to the website because we value diversity of ideas and the representation of different ideas.
INDEPENDENCE AND EDITORIAL INTEGRITY
The WEBSITE is unaffected by governmental or partisan interests. Our users should be able to understand political or business pressures or personal interests and not let them influence our decisions when it comes to publishing our news. We do not stifle free expression; we care about protecting the privacy of news sources, except when the intent is to mislead the public.
We follow the rule of not downloading content from English websites that use the same format as ours.