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Ethical Pitfalls of Data Digging in Journalism
Unformatted Document Text:  Ethical Pitfalls of Data Digging REFERENCES/CITATIONS Baruh, Lemi and Mihaela Popescu. Is There a Right to Privacy in Interactive Media? International Communication Association annual meeting conference paper, 2004. Bedbug Registry, The. http://bedbugregistry.com/ Bowers, Jeremy. Email interview with co-author. Caramanica, Mark. Data Mining in the Dark: Journalists fight to monitor investigation into recent fatal explosion, The News Media and the Law, Spring 2010. Cenziper, Debbie and Sarah Cohen. “A Failure in Enforcement: Agency’s Ineffectiveness Has Helped Landlords Profit from Neglect,” The Washington Post, March 11, 2008. Cohen, Sarah and Holovaty, Adrian. “Data Mining: You Can't Always Get What You Want,” presentation at “Next Ethics?” the 2010 Poynter KSU Media Ethics Workshop, Kent, Ohio. Sept. 16, 2010. http://jmc.kent.edu/ethicsworkshop/2010/schedule.php Debatin, Bernhard. “Social networking and data-mining: A privacy disaster?” presentation of research in progress at the annual meeting of the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, March 4, 2011. Cincinnati . Eyre, Eric. “Record Deceit, State passes sweeping ethics reform after legislator concocts stories, documents,” The Investigative Reporting Journal, July/August 2005. 24

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Ethical Pitfalls of Data Digging
REFERENCES/CITATIONS
Baruh, Lemi and Mihaela Popescu. Is There a Right to Privacy in Interactive Media? 
International Communication Association annual meeting conference paper, 
2004.
Bedbug Registry, The. 
Bowers, Jeremy. Email interview with co-author. 
Caramanica, Mark. Data Mining in the Dark: Journalists fight to monitor investigation 
into recent fatal explosion, The News Media and the Law, Spring 2010.
Cenziper, Debbie and Sarah Cohen. “A Failure in Enforcement: Agency’s 
Ineffectiveness Has Helped Landlords Profit from Neglect,” The Washington 
Post, March 11, 2008.
Cohen, Sarah and Holovaty, Adrian. “Data Mining: You Can't Always Get What You 
Want,” presentation at “Next Ethics?” the 2010 Poynter KSU Media Ethics 
Workshop, Kent, Ohio. Sept. 16, 2010. 
Debatin, Bernhard. “Social networking and data-mining: A privacy disaster?” presentation 
of research in progress at the annual meeting of the Association for Practical and 
Professional Ethics, March 4, 2011. Cincinnati
.
 
Eyre, Eric. “Record Deceit, State passes sweeping ethics reform after legislator 
concocts stories, documents,” The Investigative Reporting Journal, July/August 
2005.
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