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Resource ID: #499
Subject: 299
Source: 975Jennifer LaFleur, Ricardo Sandoval-Palos, Sally Lehrman, Chrys Wu, Eva Paterson
Affiliation: The Center for Investigative Reporting, NPR's Morning Edition, the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, the Equal Justice Society
Date: 2014

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*Moderated by Sally Lehrman, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics

Are the data too easy to interpret? Confirm commonly held stereotypes? Put sources at risk? Watch out! Data journalists must consider some thorny issues in the everlasting, far-reaching, and deep-diving environment of digital media. Esteemed civil rights lawyer Eva Paterson reveals the bias often built into data. Three expert practitioners share compelling ethics considerations that have troubled them. You join the panel in proposing some solutions.

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