Ethics 4th Media Monitor (Social Media 4). Preventing “real-world harm”; restricting regulated goods promo. Bonus. Both due Sept. 25 midnight
The 4th Media Monitor (Social Media 4) can be posted here as follows:
REGULAR POST, choose one of two:
ONE: Illustrate the standard that prohibits content which encourages participation in high-risk viral challenges without any warning that it is dangerous and should only be executed by a trained professional or trained expert — by using an actual social media post (whether on FB, Twitter, YouTube, IG, tumblr, WordPress, etc) that violates the prohibition (same rules apply on redacting the url, real names, identities, etc.)
The standard is as follows:
Prohibiting “Coordinating Harm” … “Policy Rationale: In an effort to prevent and disrupt real-world harm, we prohibit people from facilitating or coordinating future activity, criminal or otherwise, that is intended or likely to cause harm to people, businesses, or animals. People can draw attention to harmful activity that they may witness or experience as long as they do not advocate for or coordinate harm.
“DO NOT POST : Content that depicts, promotes, advocates for or encourages participation in a high risk viral challenge, including content with no caption (no warning) or one that expresses a neutral sentiment.
TWO: Illustrate the standard that limits only to adult audience viewership any content promoting alcohol, tobacco, weight-loss products, potentially dangerous cosmetic procedures, by using an actual social media post (whether on FB, Twitter, YouTube, IG, tumblr, WordPress, etc) that violates the restriction (same rules apply on redacting the url, real names, identities, etc.)
The standard is as follows:
Standard restricting audience of regulated items/ procedures. RESTRICTED AUDIENCE: “For the following content, we restrict visibility to adults eighteen years of age and older:
“Content posted by or promoting a brick and mortar store, legitimate website or brand, which coordinates or promotes the sale or transfer of alcohol or tobacco products off of Facebook’s services. This includes content that (is not restricted to adults or does not contain a warning that the content is for adults only) :
A.ALCOHOL OR TOBACCO: “Mentions or depicts alcohol or tobacco, and explicitly mentions the product is for sale or trade, or asks the audience to buy, or lists the price or notes product is free or encourages contact about the product either by: explicitly asking to be contacted, or including any type of contact information.
B.WEIGHT-LOSS PRODUCTS: “Promotes the use or depicts the sale of weight loss products, mentions or depicts a weight loss product or supplement and promotes, encourages, coordinates, or provides instructions for use or explicitly mentioning the product is for donation or sale or trade or delivery or asking the audience to buy or listing the price or giving away the product for free
C.COSMETIC PROCEDURE: “Promotes the use or depicts the sale of a potentially dangerous cosmetic procedure, mentions or depicts the cosmetic procedure and promotes, encourages, coordinates, or provides instructions for the procedure or explicitly mentioning the procedure is for sale or asking the audience to purchase the procedure or listing the price of the procedure or giving away the procedure for free. “
Extra BONUS (this is not required) : A description (minimum 50 words) of the event or activity you participated in last Thursday 4pm onwards, and what you learned in said activity; with a selfie/ groupfie (if groupfie, please specify where you are in the photo, e.g., third from left, etc).
The deadline for both is September 25, 2019 at 11:59 pm.
Ethics 3rd Media Monitor (Social Media 3) Regular: Fake News shared thru the Social Media. Bonus: Copyright infringement in Social Media sites
The pertinent provisions of social media ethics have been extensively discussed in class (class members who missed the discussion may look up the provisions online)
The 3rd Media Monitor (Social Media 3) is on fake news (world-wide) (see pertinent provisions and discussion) due before midnight of Sept. 16, 2019.
The Bonus is on copyright infringement (world-wide) in any social media site (see pertinent provisions and discussion) due before midnight of Sept. 16, 2019.
Same guidelines on not posting the real names of private persons apply.
The additional bonus for the Sept 19 activity is due on Sept. 25 yet, the window for that will be opened on Sept. 21 (just bank your entry 🙂 )
Happy pioneering the discussion on social media ethics!