The Whistleblower, the Press and the Truth
Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium
Over the past several years, the American media have sharply increased their coverage of scandals that have been brought to light by whistleblowers, including NSA spying, banking fraud, contaminated food and nuclear safety risks. The stakes for the public—and to the whistleblowers and investigative journalists who disclose wrongdoing and corruption—have never been higher.