Numerical analysis of 'lazy media babbling and other stupid, false and/or misleading claims.'
An international conference to be held in March 2001, sponsored by the German Institute for Middle East Studies, Hamburg.
Resource which gathers a variety of issues and stories about internet journalism.
Ethics Code of the Society of Professional Journalists, links to additional information and resources.
The Society of Professional Journalists' online magazine covers issues of current and historical interest, such as prison access, libel, protecting sources, journalism education, and freedom of information. Also reports on SPJ activities and minutes of SPJ Board meetings.
Scholarly paper examines the ethics of electronic publication.
Stanford University guide to laws, issues and resources related to copyright and intellectual property. Includes FAQ.
A personal view from the newsroom of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, which is at the center of a precedent-setting legal battle over the antitrust limits of newspaper joint operating agreements.
Web site for the second world conference for journalists in a globalized sports society, focusing on the tension between journalistic ethics and sports business. In Copenhagen, November 2000.
The group focuses on maintaining high standards in the coverage of minorities, sex crimes, anonymous sources, invasion of privacy; plagiarism, conflicts of interest, and other ethical issues.