We try hard not to make mistakes, but errors — both by our staff and by sponsor and contributing authors — do creep onto the Delaware Newsline website. We publish corrections when necessary, and, to ensure that corrections are handled consistently, one editor deals with them all.
We set no time limit for notifying errors or publishing corrections. We always try to contact the author of the original article unless the error is very obvious, and we publish all corrections as soon as we can. If you’re a sponsor or contributing author, and your article is published on our website, and you discover a mistake please contact us by using the form below. If you want to notify us about the need for a specific correction please use the form below. Please give as much detail as possible about errors, including any views on how they might have arisen.
Retractions are considered by Delaware Newsline editors in cases of evidence of unreliable data or findings, plagiarism, duplicate publication, and unethical research. We may consider an expression of concern notice if an article is under investigation. A replacement version of the online article is posted containing just the metadata, with a retraction note replacing the original text.
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