The Seton Hall v. Seton Hill iPad error is a good lesson on how to both give and take criticism. The reporter didn’t mean any harm by it, and my post on media law covers why this could be considered harmless in the eye of the law. The editor did make a mistake by publishing an article without checking it, but fingers can’t really be pointed. Mistakes happen, and this example just happens to be on the immortal podium that is the internet.
Source: The Story of an Error