Freedom of the Press
Participating by remote video from Nashville, Tennessee, Mr. Seigenthaler, former assistant to Attorney General Robert Kennedy, spoke… read more
Participating by remote video from Nashville, Tennessee, Mr. Seigenthaler, former assistant to Attorney General Robert Kennedy, spoke about the Internet and other freedom of the press issues. In a recent editorial, he discussed the erroneous information listed in his biography on the Wikipedia site. The site claimed, among other things, that he had been suspected in the Kennedy assassinations. Mr. Seigenthaler responded to questions and comments from viewers.
A brief video clip was shown of Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, being interviewed on September 25, 2005. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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