Intellectual honesty is a requirement to work in Chequeado. Each member of the team might have political opinions, but these can not influence the content they produce. Having editorial meetings in which the claims to be fact checked are decided, so no one can decide by themselves on what will be fact checked, helps to keep the fairness, as does having a method which has to be followed and having to back up each part of the piece with evidence. Also, pieces are edited by at least two people which also helps prevent a biased perspective from being published. Chequeado does not endorse political candidates, the only advocacy it does is to have better open data and more transparency. We do not accept fund of public servants or Argentine government agencies, and board members can not have a governmental job. We disclose any possible conflict of interest, as is the case of our executive director, Laura Zommer, who is married to the mayor of a city in the Province of Buenos Aires.