Is there an ethical way to use footage documenting abuse when it is filmed by perpetrators themselves?
As archives start to collect, provide access to, and present social media collections, many ethical issues arise that need to be addressed.
The first of our weekly blog series focusing on the ethics of using eyewitness videos in human rights reporting and advocacy.
Deciding if and how to share human rights footage taken by eyewitnesses is rarely simple. A new resource offers guidance on applying ethical principles to this new form of documentation.
A new video from Tahrir Square underscores the importance of consent and privacy when reporting on sexual abuse.
When professionals are not the ones behind the cameras, how can we apply ethical standards to using video documenting human rights abuse? Our Human Rights Channel Curator weighs in on the current debate on the ethics of utilizing citizen media.
A viral video from Russia makes inadvertent accomplices of viewers and LGBT activists. How can the online community expose abuse while avoiding further harm?