University of Wisconsin-Madison
Davis Wright Tremaine LLP
Capturing and recording data is easy with today’s advanced and powerful cameras. Paired with drone technology, the ability to gather information and data from more – and sometimes private – locations is easier than ever before. With this access to previously unexplored locations, when does journalism run the risk of going beyond ethical storytelling and crossing a reasonable expectation of privacy? When does reporting become surveillance, and how is privacy distinguished from public interest? Join the founder of the Professional Society of Drone Journalists, a journalism professor focusing on digital news ethics and a leading media attorney for a conversation on the importance of establishing and upholding ethics for drone use in today’s newsrooms.