Editorial policy

Aristo Law Editorial Standards

1. Introduction:

Aristo Law is dedicated to maintaining the highest editorial and ethical standards in delivering online content related to marketing services.

2. Principles:

2.1 Accuracy:

Content will be accurate, balanced, and transparent, judged against the best available scientific evidence. Opinions will be clearly indicated.

2.2 Accountability:

Aristo Law is accountable to its audiences, is open to admitting mistakes, and values user feedback. Editorial processes are transparent.

2.3 Serving the Public:

Audience interests come first. Professional bodies, charities, and interest groups will be consulted, but client interests remain paramount.

2.4 Taste and Decency:

All content is suitable for a general audience and devoid of reasonably deemed offensive material.

2.5 Impartiality and Diversity of Opinion:

Content is objective, impartial, and reflects all significant strands of opinion when no scientific consensus exists.

2.6 Privacy:

Strict privacy controls are maintained. Personal information won’t be disclosed without explicit consent except for legal reasons or in the public interest.

2.7 Funding:

Aristo Law funds its online communications, is registered in Wyoming, United States, doesn’t carry advertising, and doesn’t accept corporate sponsorship.

3. Standards:

A dedicated team of editors ensures accuracy, balance, and transparency. No favored treatment is given to partner organizations, and staff must disclose any conflicts of interest.

4. Staff Training:

All editorial staff receive training to uphold editorial standards.

5. Editorial Process:

5.1 Phase 1: Research:

Evidence-based knowledge is derived from direct experiences, peer-reviewed research, and consultations with industry experts and affected individuals.

5.2 Phase 2: Production:

Content is edited for accuracy, balance, accessibility, and tone and then reviewed by the website Editor for factual errors, style adherence, and overall presentation.

5.3 Phase 3: Policy Sign-off:

Policies are approved by the Chief Executive Officer before publication.

5.4 Phase 4: Review of Content:

Systematic content reviews are conducted annually, with user and stakeholder comments considered on an ongoing basis.

6. Appeals Procedure:

In the event of unresolved complaints, the Chief Executive Officer handles the matter.