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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. 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. 24

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Ethical Pitfalls of Data Digging
Baruh, Lemi and Mihaela Popescu. Is There a Right to Privacy in Interactive Media? 
International Communication Association annual meeting conference paper, 
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 

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