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Um artigo de David F. Gallagher no New York Times (sempre lá) fala das licenciosas relações entre a mídia impressa e a internet, os jornalistas e seus web logs:
"Some journalists have already run into trouble with their employers over the contents of their personal sites, with one - a reporter for The Houston Chronicle - having been fired for his efforts. And news media companies may be opening themselves to questions of liability when they set up Web logs on their sites.
"'You start getting into the question of, is this part of the paper or not?' said Jane E. Kirtley, a professor of media ethics and law at the University of Minnesota. 'If I'm a lawyer advising a news organization, the idea of a Web log like this would just make me break out in hives.'
"Once a news media company edits a Web log, not only does it possibly damage the spontaneity, it also becomes responsible for the content, Professor Kirtley said.
"'It's the kind of situation,' she added, 'where the editorial side and the lawyers are going to have a clash.'"
Postado por Julio Daio Borges
23/9/2002 às 14h49
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