August 29, 2018 •
Ethics and Quality, Recent, Specialist Journalism •
by Stella Volkenand
When reporting about a sensitive or stigmatised topic, source protecting is crucial. Award-winning journalist Jill Filipovic shares her tangible tips and experiences on how to do it properly....
August 28, 2018 •
Recent, Research, Specialist Journalism •
by Caroline Lees
Has the GDPR forced European news outlets to cut down on intrusive third-party cookies on their websites? New research by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism suggests that this might be the case....
May 3, 2018 •
Comment, Media and Politics, Recent, Specialist Journalism •
by Julie Posetti
From Watergate to the Panama Papers, investigative journalism has proven essential to the maintenance of democracies and open societies internationally. 20 new international guidelines now try to help journalists navigate the complex risks...
May 3, 2018 •
Comment, Media Economics, Recent, Specialist Journalism •
by Edward Percarpio
The date of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation coming into force is fast approaching, and its impacts are already being felt across various industries. But how will the new regulation affect publishers operating in Europe? Here is...
October 13, 2016 •
Digital News, Media and Politics, Recent •
by George Brock
The story of the ‘right to be forgotten’ is the story of well-established principles – free speech and privacy – coming up against new circumstances. The question is whether new technology requires us to alter the operation or the...
November 17, 2015 •
Media and Politics, Short stories •
by Federica Cherubini
What is anonymity in the hyper-connected and hyper-traceable online world and does it have any value? The controversial issue of anonymity in the post-Snowden world and the way it is usually represented was discussed during a session at...
December 1, 2008 •
Ethics and Quality •
by Marlis Prinzing
St. Galler Tagblatt, September 19, 2008 Social networks are increasingly important journalistic sources, but they’re hardly “rights-free” zones. The day after she was killed, the dead girl’s friends could see their pictures...