FIFA has never been known for their integrity. The organization in charge of global soccer has been embroiled in scandals and accusations for a very long time now, and only recently have they begun facing actual consequences for (a small portion of) their actions.
But not everything FIFA does wrong is on the same level as, say, being cool with human rights violations in order to hold a World Cup in Qatar for which a bunch of FIFA executives may have received massive kickbacks. Sometimes their transgressions are much simpler, although still bold. Take, for instance, their release on World Cup viewership, which bears an incredible headline:
More than half the world watched record-breaking 2018 World Cup
It gets better:
FIFA has today published the key findings of a comprehensive audit of consolidated final audience data for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, which was broadcast live in every territory around the world from 14 June to 15 July this year.