February 1, 2023
Opinion: Can Journalists Use Illegally Hacked Data?
(BE’ER SHEVA, Israel) — Logging onto the website Distributed Denial of Secrets (DDOS), my eyes were drawn to the only […]
January 19, 2023
Ethical Reporting is the Antidote to Misinformation in the Opioid Epidemic
"If we're just making fun of folks and saying, like, 'Well, why don't you just like put down the crack pipe?' that's really stigmatizing and discriminating."
January 4, 2023
Journalism’s Love-Hate Relationship with Con Artists and Grifters: A Failure in Serving the Reader
(LOS ANGELES) — Journalism has many unfortunate tendencies—many of which push the industry to traverse an ethical tightrope. Perhaps none […]
December 22, 2022
Under the Flesh of an Industrial Slaughterhouse
(BE’ER SHEVA, Israel) — In Harper’s Magazine’s May 2013 cover story, “The Way of All Flesh,” American author and journalist […]
August 17, 2022
Opinion: Objectively Unobjective in Today’s News Landscape
Things are not normal now. Why are we still behaving like it is?