Dealing with journalists has always been a dicey business. You have little idea where they get their information from, are unsure about the nature of their agenda, and have little control over what the article they are writing is going to say. And then the facts of the article may be wrong, the context skewed, you are misquoted and, if you are lucky enough to get a public retraction, it is usually buried at the bottom of a page that few people read. And now you have to deal with web journalists and bloggers pumping stuff out as quickly as possible, unconcerned about the facts and with little interest in publishing corrections.
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