Tag Archives: New York Times

Apple and the Ethics of Indiscretion

Which is worse: That your iPhone is tracking your every move without you knowing about it, or that this little feature was corporate accident? Apple better come up with a reason other than, “We didn’t mean to.” Lawmakers are clamoring for an … Continue reading

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Ethics of disclosure

After the initial shock of Lara Logan’s brutal beating and sexual assault, another realization hit me: CBS was announcing that one of its own reporters had been raped …. not in a 60 Minutes special six months later, but within days after … Continue reading

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When words will hurt you…

Commentators and politicians are calling for dramatic ramp down of the rhetoric that led to the horrible Arizona shootings. And they should.  New York Times Columnist Paul Krugman said: “Listen to Rachel Maddow or Keith Olbermann, and you’ll hear a lot … Continue reading

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