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14 August 2014
Media ethicist Stephen J.A. Ward takes stock of the two most common ways of rewriting ethic codes—DIY ethics and a depersonalized approach—and finds them both wanting.
24 July 2014
A new report from the Canadian Association of Journalists’ ethics committee looks at when a relationship with a source is so close that it's apt to affect a journalist’s news judgment.
22 July 2014
How close is too close?” is a timeless and somewhat insidious question for journalists, and the answers are as inevitably murky as are human relationships themselves.
16 July 2014
Canadian media ethicist Stephen Ward has launched a new website, Media Morals, that will explore journalism ethics in global media world.
09 June 2014
Considering the unique vantages drone journalism can provide, losing this technology due to a lack of professionalism would be a serious blow to our industry, writes College of the North Atlantic
02 June 2014
It’s not good enough anymore simply to say, “a source said,” “sources say,” “on background” or the many variations of the same. Editors should demand more disclosure from their reporters, and
30 May 2014
Whisper, an app that allows anonymous users to post content to the app, could provide journalists with valuable information. But when and how should media outlets make use of the app?
12 May 2014
Most news outlets publishing robot-made content are so far choosing not to inform readers about their use of the software, a decision that contradicts one of journalism’s most valuable ethical
06 May 2014
When The Globe and Mail paid $10,000 for Rob Ford photos, it may have confused the public interest with what the public may be interested in seeing, writes Langara College journalism instructor Ross


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