AOL-Time Warner Journalistic Ethics

from the today-is-ethics-day-here-on-Techdirt dept

I guess today is “ethics” day on Techdirt. We already posted one article about ethics in the IT department, and here’s a story about some of the ethical dilemmas faced by AOL-Time Warner in determining things like “anchor tenants” on their websites. Do ethical standards in print journalism apply to the web also? If not, why not? There are some interesting questions there.

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