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Virtual Anonymity: Online Accountability and the Virtuous Virtual Journalist
Journal of Mass Media Ethics (1996)
  • Jane B. Singer, University of Iowa
Abstract

Explores the ethical implications of concerns about anonymity and accountability in online communication, through a look at the discussion on the political bulletin boards offered by the online services, Prodigy and America Online, during the 1994 campaign season. Role of the journalist in the computer-mediated world; Findings concerning online anonymity

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Publication Date
1996
Citation Information
Jane B. Singer. "Virtual Anonymity: Online Accountability and the Virtuous Virtual Journalist" Journal of Mass Media Ethics Vol. 11 Iss. 2 (1996)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jane_singer/27/