So says Paul Zuckerman, the man who hired disgraced journalist Stephen Glass. Read our article on Glass, and tell us what you think: Stephen Glass, disgraced journalist, seeks California law license
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England’s regulatory body for the press wants to bring newspaper and reporters’ Twitter feeds under its purview.
According to the Guardian, the Press Complaints Commission “believes that some postings on Twitter are, in effect part of a ‘newspaper’s editorial product’, writings that its code of practice would otherwise cover if the same text appeared in print or on a newspaper website.”
The Los Angeles Times has its own set of social media guidelines for the newsroom.
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The study found no difference in the ethical behavior of believers and nonbelievers. But participants who saw God as compassionate were more likely to cheat than those who believed in an angry, punitive God.