Look for links that say "About", "Biography" "Who we are" etc.
If there is no such link, be very wary of using information from the site.
Remember there is NO assurance this information is accurate or complete.
Try to verify information through sources independent of the website.
-Google author names or board members of organizations
-Search library databases for articles by an author
-Search news sources for the name of an organization; are they mentioned in the
mainstream news and in what context
Look for a header or footer showing affiliation. Find out who pays for site.
-Check to whom the web site address is registered at easywhois.com
Look for information about organizations
-On SourceWatch , a project of the Center for Media and Democracy
To see what web sites link to the page, go to Google and do a “link” command search. In the search box type link:url of website
Check previous versions of the web site’s home page at archive.org