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Ethical Pitfalls of Data Digging in Journalism
Unformatted Document Text:  Ethical Pitfalls of Data Digging Farhi, Paul. Traffic Problems: How the drive to attract massive numbers of visitors to their Web sites (and the advertisers that might follow them) is having a profound effect on news judgment at traditional news organizations, American Journalism Review, Fall 2010. Garvas, Jeff. “Plain Dealer Editor Receives Award Following CHL Holder’s Death,” Ohioans for Concealed Carry, August 6, 2004, award-following-chl-holders-death.html Retrieved June 1, 2011. Groskopf, Christopher. Email interview with co-author. Hong, Traci and Margaret L. McLaughlin and Larry Pryor, et al. Internet Privacy Practices of News Media and Implications for Online Journalism, Journalism Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2005. Investigative Reporters and Editors Website Retrieved March 28, 2011. Karim, Francisco Jose Castilhos. Journalism in the Age of Society, Technological Convergence, and Editorial Segmentation (Preliminary observations), Journalism, Vol. 10 (1), 2009. Kusmer, Ken. “Offenders’ photos create conflict,” The Tribune Chronicle, Warren, Ohio. March 16, 2004. Larson, Jeff and Sapien, Joaquin of ProPublica and Kessler Aaron, Sarasota Herald Tribune. “Find Homes with Tainted Drywall,” Dec. 14, 2010. Los Angeles Times. 25

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Ethical Pitfalls of Data Digging
Farhi, Paul. Traffic Problems: How the drive to attract massive numbers of visitors to 
their Web sites (and the advertisers that might follow them) is having a 
profound effect on news judgment at traditional news organizations, American 
Journalism Review, Fall 2010.
Garvas, Jeff. “Plain Dealer Editor Receives Award Following CHL Holder’s 
Death,” Ohioans for Concealed Carry,  August 6, 2004,
Groskopf, Christopher. Email interview with co-author.
Hong, Traci and Margaret L. McLaughlin and Larry Pryor, et al. Internet Privacy 
Practices of News Media and Implications for Online Journalism, Journalism 
Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1, 2005.
Investigative Reporters and Editors Website 
Retrieved March 
28, 2011.
Karim, Francisco Jose Castilhos. Journalism in the Age of Society, Technological 
Convergence, and Editorial Segmentation (Preliminary observations), 
Journalism, Vol. 10 (1), 2009. 
Kusmer, Ken. “Offenders’ photos create conflict,” The Tribune Chronicle, Warren, Ohio. 
March 16, 2004. 
Larson, Jeff and Sapien, Joaquin of ProPublica and Kessler Aaron, Sarasota Herald 
Tribune. “Find Homes with Tainted Drywall,” Dec. 14, 2010. 
Los Angeles Times. 

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