Seven Ethical Dilemma Journalists Face
The first is conflict of interest.
It is doing anything that might compromise objectivity in the reporting of truth.
A journalist putting his country in good light and talk about other countries but his country was actually in the wrong.
The second is invasion of privacy.
Reporters must consider the consequences of publishing the outstanding news value photo or naming someone in an article.
Taking pictures of celebrities without their permission.
The third is commitment to accuracy.
Journalists should not be careless in their work as it may affect people’s reputation. The rush to be first, prized today and available to anyone now with the Internet, is not justification for not checking out data, informations and sources.
A journalism information that was published was wrong.