Charactericstics of a responsible media and information pruducer

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Charactericstics of a responsible media and information pruducer​


Own your image, personal information and how these are used. Pay close attention to the Terms of Use on apps and websites. Most people skim through them to accept immediately, but it’s wise to take a closer look and read all the sections thoroughly. In some situations, you can opt out of automatic facial recognition tags.

Obtain permissions when posting videos or images of others on your networks. Never take photos of patients during procedures without permission.

Scrub your accounts. Posting to social media leaves an imprint. Delete anything that’s irrelevant, embarrassing or disrespectful. That includes inactive accounts. If you don’t want the entire world to see you in a compromising position, delete it. Reflect seriously on what you post before you post it; if you wouldn’t want to see it on the front page of the newspaper, or you wouldn’t want your family to see it, do not post it.

Password diligence. Update passwords frequently. Keep an eye on any dormant accounts if you decide not to delete them. Inactive accounts are prone to hackers.

Spread love, not hate. Share uplifting or positive posts in support of causes, subjects and persons you care about.


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