"There's something to be said for civility," Lucy Dalglish told The Post. "Good reporters don't want to make themselves the story. It's also true that good public servants don't want to make this all about them."
"They have a lot riding on this, reputation wise," said Lucy Dalglish, who has been tracking the flow of false information as dean of the University of Maryland's journalism department. "If your whole business model is based turning up the best search results, but those results turn up stuff that is total crap, where does that get you?"