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Citizen (Digital) Media Ethics for Blogger, Citizen Journalist and Information Activist.



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Citizen (Digital) Media Ethics for Blogger, Citizen Journalist and Information Activist.

This is presentation about the citizen and digital (online) media fundamental ethics which is divided into 4 main cases: identity of self, context of communication, copyright-copyleft and freedom of expression.



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    Citizen (Digital) Media Ethics for Blogger, Citizen Journalist and Information Activist. Citizen (Digital) Media Ethics for Blogger, Citizen Journalist and Information Activist. Presentation Transcript

    • p a t i e n c e 倫理学 EthicsCitizen Media Ethics: In The Beginning
    • Daily Activities : ICT Watch (ICTwatch.com) Researcher Internet Sehat (InternetSehat.org) Activist E‐Business & Digital Media Lecturer  (UPH.edu,  E‐Business & Digital Media Lecturer (UPH edu LSPR.edu, Binus.edu) Linimas(s)a (linimassa.org) Producer / Conceptor Ashoka Social Entrepreneur Fellow (Ashoka.org) Former of : Detikcom , Journalist to Vice President (‘99 – ‘10) Formal Educations : University of Indonesia, Comm. Management (2002) Gunadarma University, Computer Science (1998) International Workshop / Conferences : l kh / f Future News & Civic Media, 2011 – MIT Cambridge Ashoka – Knight Center for Journalist, 2011 – Was. DC OpenNet Initiative Summit, 2010 – Ottawa Internet Governance Forum, 2009 – Internet Governance Forum 2009 Sharm El Sheikh El Sheikh OpenNet Initiative, 2009 – Sharm El Sheikh PAN All Asia Network, 2009 – Penang  Access to Knowledge, 2009 – Kuala Lumpur OpenNet Initiative 2008 – Chiang Mai Initiative, 2008  Chiang Mai e‐mail: dbu [at]donnybu.com World Mobile Congress, 2008 – Barcelona Digital Review Asia Pacific, 2008 – Singapore twitter: @donnybu Global Knowledge, 2007 – Kuala Lumpur mobile: +62‐818‐930932 University ICT for Development, 2007  Vietnam University ICT for Development, 2007 –VietnamMy Brief CV: Donny B.U.
    • xforyou.com JuiceboxCase 1: Identity of You or The Other of YouCase 1: Identity of You or The Other of You
    • • Identity Construction: identity is something we  put together with the help of others put together with the help of others • Identification: open‐ended & life‐long identify  construction project t ti j t • Disembodiment: identity which was no longer  dependent on, or constrained by, physical  appearance • Identity Play: pretending to be someone else or  just portraying different aspects of yourself Books Source:  Computer Mediated Communication + Digital Media EthicsWe have an Identity to Play
    • Is Anonymous a Joke? D Demotivationa alposters.org
    • • Anonymity: is not always means unidentifiable!  It’s dependent  on the context of communication • Contexts: channel, participants, duration, topic,  Co te ts: c a e , pa t c pa ts, du at o , top c, sync/async, public/private. Remember IRC? • Reasons: 1) privacy & safety 2) honesty 3) Reasons: 1). privacy & safety, 2).honesty, 3).  personality & character • Choices: freedom of constraints (+) or freedom Choices: freedom of constraints (+) or freedom  of responsibility (‐) ! Books Source:  Computer Mediated Communication + Digital Media EthicsAnonymous is a Choice!
    • elfwood.come JOHARI WINDOWSWho are You? What am I?
    • nderland.netalice‐in‐won Alice: “Which way do I take?” Cheshire cat: “Where do you want to go?”  Alice: “I dont know.” Cheshire cat: "Then, it doesnt matter.“ (Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland) Case 2: Context, The Way to Communicate Case 2: Context, The Way to Communicate
    • Why You Are Here?
    • umbler.ucomTuWhy You Are Online?Why You Are Online?
    • Communication Needs Context!
    • Genderwork.org High Content Low Context Low Content, High Context ContentLow vsLow vs High Context
    • When East Meet West
    • What’s Mine is Yours, book coverCase 3: Copyright, Copywrong, CopyleftCase 3: Copyright, Copywrong, Copyleft
    • Eatnata.infoThe Pirates: It’s (Not) Cool! Really?
    • • If it doesnt have a copyright notice its not If it doesn t have a copyright notice, it s not  copyrighted. • If its posted to online its in the public If it s posted to online, it s in the public  domain. • If I d h If I dont charge for it, its not a violation. f i i i l i • My posting was just fair use. • If you dont defend your copyright you lose it  source: templetons.comThe Myth of Pirates Statement
    • Let’s Become Creative CommonersLet’s Become Creative Commoners
    • Unplggd.comUThe Power of Sharing
    • Indonesian Social Media &Indonesian Social Media &Movement Documentary http://linimassa.org http://youtube.com/internetsehat (English Subtitled)LINIMAS(S)A Movie: CC Licensed
    • Case 4: Free to Speech (and to Jail?)Case 4: Free to Speech (and to Jail?)
    • Freedom of Information = Human Rights
    • Fight for Your Rights!
    • Angrybird character ds “If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days of sorrow...” Eastern Proverb Always Think Before Posting! Always Think Before Posting!
    • Always Wise While Online
    • Closing: Ethics is “What should I do?”
    • 1. The ethic of transparency We believe public deserves to know about us and our  perspective to better judge what we say perspecti e to better j dge hat e sa2. The ethic of conversation We do not believe in one‐sided lectures. We believe  conversation leads to better understanding3. The ethic of humanity We believe citizen media lives at a human level while old  We believe citizen media lives at a human level while old media lives at an institutional level4. The ethic of the link We believe one of our key jobs is to link public to other voices  / source material so they may judge themselves5 The ethic of correction5. The ethic of  We believe it is not about make no mistake at all, but the  most important is to correct errors quickly and openly Sources:  Dan Gillmor, Jeff Jarvis, Donny B.U.10 Universal Citizen Media Code of Ethics
    • 6. The ethic of immediacy We believe the fast spread of information will deliver better  quality of information q alit of information7. The ethic of pluralism We believe the spirit of pluralism in the dissemination of  p p information will provide many benefits to society8. The ethic of accuracy We believe accurate information is a must, resulted from  We believe accurate information is a must resulted from check and recheck process to obtain factual data9. The ethic of fairness f We believe we should be aware of what drives us, and always  willing to listen to those who disagree10 The ethic of sharing10. The ethic of  We believe the knowledge based society is nothing without  the spirit and freedom of idea and information sharing Sources:  Dan Gillmor, Jeff Jarvis, Donny B.U.10 Universal Citizen Media Code of Ethics
    • obucket.comfree‐extras.com / photo Remember, Ethics are Colorful Remember, Ethics are
    • ifeshop.comswisskni One for All, Fits for All Ethic is Not a Swiss Army Knife
    • E‐mail: dbu[at]donnybu.com | Twitter: @donnybu | Blog: donnybu.com mail: dbu[at]donnybu.com | Twitter: @ | Blog: donnybu.com (Indonesian Language)Please download Linimas(s)a, The First Indonesian Citizen Media Guidance e‐Book, Please download Linimas(s)a, The First Indonesian Citizen Media Guidance e‐contributed by 16 (sixteen) reputable & competence writers at http://linimassa.orgcontributed by 16 (sixteen) reputable & competence writers at http://linimassa.org