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  • 1. THE ETHICS OF WEB 2.0
  • 2. IS IT OK TO FRIEND SOURCES?  Do you complain about your job? Your sources?  Will you be OK with them complaining about you?  Can you put aside what you learn about them?  Are you friending them as a journalist or friend?  What if you learn something? Do you report it? Ask about it?
  • 3. WHAT’S OK IN YOUR OWN PROFILE?  Can you list your political affiliation?  Do you post personal thoughts on local issues? National issues?  Is it OK to “like” pages of organizations you cover?  Do you list your job as a journalist? Do people have a right to know a reporter might see their posts?
  • 4. TIPS  Friend your editor and co-workers; Keep each other honest  You’re only as private as your weakest link

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