TIME and Tuna Terrors

What They Tell You About:


In the original article, Time.com created the impression that the entire list of the "Top 10 Most Dangerous Foods," was inspired by a bulletin issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics.


What They're Not Telling You

In a subsequent phone conversation with a representative of the National Fisheries Institute, Fetini admitted that part of the feature was actually sourced from a list developed in 2009 by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, a radical activist group with a well-known anti-business agenda.

The Tough Questions:
Why didn't Time.com properly disclose the sourcing of its list in the first place?