Applies decals to Facebook, Twitter, Google, Reddit, and DuckDuckGo showing bias and acc data from mediabiasfactcheck.com
This extension (1) indicates a website's accuracy and bias when applicable with a small badge on the Stopaganda icon in the extensions bar (with more detail when clicked), and (2) adds text decorations to Google, DuckDuckGo, Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit's r/news, r/inthenews, r/worldnews, r/canada, r/unitedkingdom, r/europe, and r/politics subreddits (as well as r/all and the front page with posts originating in the above subreddits) with accuracy and bias metrics (based on Media Bias/Fact Check's publicly available data). These data can be found by clicking on an article or post's decals or directly at https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/. Note that bias classifications are relative to general U.S. politics.
- (2023-07-21) José Ángel: The bias ratings don't appear in the new design of reddit (fact layer does work though). I also would like the ratings appeared in Bing and Brave Search.
- (2022-08-17) Madbrad200: While it can make some pages a little messy, I do prefer seeing the information integrated directly onto Reddit and Google. In this respect, it's better than the official MediaBiasFactcheck extension. Aside from that, they're mostly the same and both do a good job of increasing awareness in reputable and non-reputable news. On the old reddit design, it seems to only work on some subreddits (such as r/worldnews) but not all (e.g r/geopolitics) I wish it also supported RSS readers like Feedly!
- (2022-05-06) Very useful. Exactly what I needed
- (2021-04-16) Bryce Carr: Great; supports way more sites than the official extension.
- (2021-01-27) bloodyrist: Works fine on reddit. Sadly doesn't work on Google and DuckDuckGo. Don't know about Twitter or Facebook.
- (2020-06-24) Tom Esparon: Very good extension. This enhances my browsing experience greatly! Gives me that extra confidence when clicking through to results on google. Helps me avoid news articles from certain publishers that should really quit. This deserves more users! Gonna keep this one in my extension list :) Thanks dev
- (2020-02-07) Ryan Gooch: This does a job that we all should have done for us - give us data points on the links to news articles on the sites we get news at. Of course this app focuses on reddit. If you want to have an informed, nuanced, and above all, less biased viewpoint on the news of the day, this is an app you will want to have on your browser!