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Policy
rules newspapers live by
Libel
publication of falso statements that injure someones reputation
slander
spoken lies that injure someone's reputation
defamation
spreading rumors that injure a reputation
negligence
newspaper knows ifnormation is not right, but prints it anyway
**not trying to hurt anyone
Actual Malice
print something wrong in order to hurt someone
Invasion of privacy
intrusion, public disorder, false light, appropation
Intrustion
getting info dishonestly by pretending to be someone your not, tape recording, or tresspassing
Public Disclosure
tell info about a non- public official that shouldnt be told
ex: med. records
False-Light
paint someone as something they aren't to embarrass them
Appropriation
use someone's name or image without permission
Obscenity
violent, sexual, or cuss-words used in newspapers, radio, or tv
*fcc regulates this
3 Ethical Rules for Journalism
1) seek the truth and report it as fully as possible
2) act independently
3) minimize harm