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When a charismatic leader such as President Trump celebrates controversial values and praises them as virtues, problematic values engender problematic behaviors.
Members of the House and Senate who voted against certifying the Electoral College results were prioritizing their self-interests over the common good.
Without new laws and new conversations about the ethical norms associated with social media, the disinformation, polarization, and resulting violence will continue.
The Supreme Court’s First Amendment doctrine has fostered the development of a media environment in which Americans are flooded with misinformation.
2020 was marked by extreme division in our country about voting processes and outcomes, culminating in mob violence at our nation’s Capitol.
Like others from history, a leader’s lies have led to violence.
Ethical representation centers people impacted, not just the perpetrators.
The outbreak of COVID-19 has forced many people in a state of uncertainty, and our access to the environment through public lands has helped preserve our sense of being during this time.
Addressing the challenge to navigate opinion journalism on digital platforms, this paper addresses aspects of social media platforms that publishers and aggregators face when distributing it online. Co-authored by Subramaniam Vincent, Director of Journalism and Media Ethics at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, and Patricia Lopez, Editorial Writer for Opinion at the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
As new technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), quantum computing and blockchain become mainstream, and their practical uses more pervasive, myriad new business opportunities will be created.