A leading media academic has voiced concern at the high levels of digital surveillance facing journalists today and has urged journalists to adopt a new ethical model of reporting for social good.
Dr Mark Pearson, professor of journalism and social media at Griffith University in Australia and the Australian correspondent for Reporters Without Borders, spoke at the inaugural UNESCO World Press Freedom Day 2013 lecture on May 3, organised by AUT’s Pacific Media Centre.
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