The .org domain name doesn't always mean that something is credible. Here are several examples of .org websites that you probably shouldn't be relying upon for your information.
The purpose of this list is to showcase just how widely use the the .org domain name really is. While in many cases, the .org domain name is actually being used by a genuinely credible organization, there are also many instances where the .org website truly wouldn't stand muster as a credible source. Of course, this list is by no means exhaustive. If you find any other notable examples of .org websites that aren't exactly the most credible sources, feel free to reach out to me via email so I can update this list.
|Act for America||https://actforamerica.org||Hate||Politically-motivated website promoting racist and bigoted viewpoints||More Info|
|White House (.org)||https://whitehouse.org||Satire||Fabulous Classy Shit for Non-Losers Only!||More Info|
|Flat Earth Society||http://www.tfes.org||Conspiracy||The Earth is not actually flat, and you should not believe that this is the case simply because this URL has .org in it||More Info|
|Addicting Info||http://addictinginfo.org/||Fake News||A highly-partisan, left-leaning website that creates and publishes fake news articles.||More Info|
|Immediate Safety||http://immediatesafety.org||Fake News||A highly-partisan, right-leaning website that creates and publishes fake news articles.||More Info|
|Bullshit News||https://bullshitnews.org||Satire||News For Your Brain, Not For Your Heart||More Info|
|911Truth||https://911truth.org/||Conspiracy||A collection of false information and conspiracy theories about September 11, 2001||More Info|
|Stormfront||http://stormfront.org||Forum||A forum for racists, bigots, and white nationalists (not mutually exclusive categories)||More Info|
|Educate Yourself||http://educate-yourself.org/||Conspiracy||A simple website outlining a ton of various conspiracy theories.||More Info|
|4chan||http://4chan.org/||Forum||The hate machine of the internet.||More Info|