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I'm a claim description. This is where you flesh out your claim using specifics (e.g. data points or factual events). The sources you add have to support your claims—otherwise users will downvote your sources, which will (eventually) hide your claim as “least validated" or "LV".

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Why you should share topics and claims with your network

òtító works best if you get your network to vote on the quality of sources and contribute claims—that’s how our community gets an accurate picture of the set of facts around an issue and how truthful assertions by other people are. Sharing to social media makes a huge difference.

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Learn more about claim designations

Claim designations—for example UC Claim, MV Claim or LV Claim—are part of a content moderation system that lets you know, at a glance, what kind of information you’re looking at. Different designations signal the number of layers of scrutiny a claim has undergone.

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Learn more about the “UC Claim” designation

“UC” stands for “unchallenged claim”. Basically, if no one enters a counter claim against a given claim, it will remain “unchallenged”. You can use the source votes and submitter’s karma, when viewing sources, to assess the accuracy of UC claims.

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Learn more about the “LV Claim” designation

“LV” stands for “least validated” claim—this designation is given to a counter claim whose sources have a lower net positive vote count than the sources of the claim it is challenging. If this situation reverses, the LV claim becomes an MV claim.

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Learn more about the “MV Claim” designation

“MV” stands for “most validated” claim—this designation is given to a claim with sources that have more net positive votes than the sources of a counter claim against which it is competing. If this situation reverses, the MV claim will lose its position and become an LV claim.

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Learn more about how claims are listed inside a topic

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How to vote on the quality of sources

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