What are the moral obligations of journalists, publishers, scholars, and other conveyors of information? At the very least, conveyors of information are obligated actually to convey information; that is, they are obligated to tell the truth, to be accurate and objective, to be complete and fair. False, inaccurate, slanted, and incomplete information is not information at all. It is dis–information. Therefore, it is a disservice to the reading, listening, or viewing public and an evasion of professional responsibility. 1