POLL: Who should be held accountable for reporting of fake names of Asiana Airlines' pilots?

Published  12:31 PM HST Jul 15, 2013
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Who should be held accountable for the "inaccurate and offensive" reporting of the pilots names in the Asiana Airlines crash in San Francisco?

Should the Oakland television station KTVU be held accountable for reporting the wrong information?

Should the National Transportation Safety Board be held accountable for the summer intern who gave the fake names?

Should both entities be held accountable?

Click here to vote in our online poll.

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