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Is Publishing Inaccurate Information Ever an Acceptable Risk?

Is it an acceptable risk if the published "facts" are not accurate (as was the case for the first reports of Titanic’s demise)?

Who bears the impact of inaccurate information if the published reports are wrong?

Does it make a difference if inaccuracies are published deliberately or innocently? Why (or why not)? What should happen after the publisher of inaccurate information realizes the mistake(s)?

Do you think that the publisher of inaccurate information might ever have ulterior motives? If so, what might those motives be?

Do you think that truth will ultimately "come out?" Should the deliberate publishing of inaccurate information carry any consequences? What should those consequences be?


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