Newsrooms under challenge will be able to respond to their challenger – as well as to the public – in the comments section connected to the registry. All challenges are required to cite some violation of the Civil Constitution. If members of a Newsroom believe their Newsroom has been challenged incorrectly, or the challenger has not sufficiently proven their case by providing sufficient evidence that the Newsroom has in fact violated a section of the Constitution, the journalists can make their case to the public. Depending on the stated grounds for the challenge, newsroom officers can refer back to their body of work, including citing stories that disprove the challenger’s assertions. Or if the challenge is on the basis of a single story, a Newsroom can choose to share context for that story, the way they handled its reporting, editing and publication, or other details. Ultimately, the community will vote on the basis of the challenge, as well as the comments. After the vote results are revealed, newsroom officers who disagree with the outcome of the vote can appeal that vote to the Civil Council, which can consider the case and choose to uphold or overturn the vote on the basis of its consistency with the Constitution.