New Zealanders want broadcasters to protect their privacy when using social media content

Rebecca Howard
Mon, 24 Jul 2017

By Rebecca Howard July 25 (BusinessDesk) - Research commissioned by the Broadcasting Standards Authority shows New Zealanders hold broadcasters to higher standards than what they apply to themselves when it comes to publishing social media content.  The study found that participants "saw the media as having greater power, relative credibility, reach and access to other sources of information than individuals do." They considered that broadcasters could do more damage than individual online publications could, and expected them to be more...

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