Nocookies. Facebook App: Open links in External Browser There is a specific issue with the Facebook in-app browser intermittently making requests to websites without cookies that had previously been set. This appears to be a defect in the browser which should be addressed soon. The simplest approach to avoid this problem is to continue to use the Facebook app but not use the in-app browser.
This can be done through the following steps: Open the settings menu by clicking the hamburger menu in the top rightChoose “App Settings” from the menuTurn on the option “Links Open Externally” (This will use the device’s default browser) 15 Interesting Ways Technology Has Changed Journalism » Author April 5, 2012 Technology While the elements that constitute news have not changed, the reception and delivery of news has changed dramatically over the past 25 years.
It’s difficult to think that, in 1999, there were no mobile phones and no blogs. Within the past 10 years alone, media has changed more rapidly than any large-scale global industry. The area most affected by technology has been news gathering and reporting, as well as collaboration. If journalists are old enough, they might remember using typewriters, newspaper clippings, messages at hotels reception desks, and snail mail for gathering and disseminating audio, visual and textual news — plus, their news and the ability to have breaking news was coveted and protected at all costs. Australian journalists code of ethics. Respect for the rights of others 1.
Report and interpret honestly, striving for accuracy, fairness and disclosure of all essential facts. Do not suppress relevant available facts, or give distorting emphasis. Do your utmost to give a fair opportunity for reply. 2. MEAA Journalist Code of Ethics. MEAA initiated press self-regulation in 1944 when it created the MEAA Journalist Code of Ethics (see the FAQs about the Code here).
Under MEAA’s rules, as registered with the Fair Work Commission, MEAA’s journalist members are bound by MEAA’s Journalist Code of Ethics. Individuals who are not MEAA journalist members are not bound by MEAA’s Journalist Code of Ethics. As a result, MEAA can undertake no action or investigation that involves individuals who are not MEAA members. Complaints about non-MEAA members should be taken up with the appropriate media employer and/or media industry group. MEAA Journalist Code of Ethics. The ethics of journalism. Opinion Updated Journalism relies on public trust, and trust between individual journalists and their sources.
Without trust, the Media Alliance's Code of Ethics reminds us, journalists do not fulfill their public responsibilities. Journalism ethics and standards.