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prof chris daly's blog skip to content homeabout ← older posts september 8, 2017 · 12:42 pm why didn’t the cia stop the russians from hacking facebook in the 2016 election? by christopher b. daly  american taxpayers pay a lot of money to fund the cia, the nsa, and a host of other intelligence agencies. they are supposed to spy on our enemies and prevent them from spying on us. what are we getting for our money? to judge by the latest revelations about russian exploitation of facebook ads to undermine our 2016 presidential election, the answer would have to be: not much. i’ve got questions: what did cia agents know, and when did they know it? (the russian campaign appears to date back at least as far as june 2016) why didn’t they combat it? don’t we have counter-measures to this kind of cyber-mischief? if not, why not? why didn’t they notify facebook? why didn’t they hold a news conference last year at langley and raise holy hell — to alert voters in time for them to know that the election was under attack? why don’t the congressional intelligence committees demand answers to these questions (instead of leaving it to a blogger like me)? is there enough evidence of election tampering to start thinking about demanding a do-over of the 2016 election? rate this: leave a comment filed under media, politics, uncategorized tagged as 2016 election, politics, russia, scandal september 8, 2017 · 12:12 pm to journalists covering hurricanes: stay safe! by christopher b. daly  for all those reporters, photographers, videographers and others who end up covering hurricane irma (or any of the other intense storms that the climate throws our way), here is a quick guide to staying safe while on assignment. these are tips that i picked up during my decades as a reporter for the associated press and the washington post, along with suggestions from my colleagues and alumni from the journalism department at boston university. (it will appear in a slightly different form in my forthcoming book the journalist’s companion.) a journalist’s guide to safe reporting in rare and unpredictable circumstances, our work as journalists requires us to approach dangerous situations and take calculated risks. other times, an apparently benign assignment can turn threatening. wherever your assignment or curiosity takes you, keep these principles in mind: —don’t go alone. if you can, go with another journalist. in any case, always make sure someone knows where you are – an editor, a colleague, a friend, a parent. stay in touch with your “desk.” if there is a calamity, post to facebook or some other platform, as soon as it is safe, so your friends and family know that you’re ok. —don’t make things worse. do not interfere with “first responders” – their work is even more important than yours. do not take a risk that results in you needing to be rescued. —don’t get in the way. take up a position where you can see but where no further danger will come sneaking up from behind. cover your backside. at a fire, stand upwind, so that the smoke and cinders are not blowing at you. don’t stand right above a working fire hose; they are under a lot of pressure.  at a bombing, remember that bombers often plant a second bomb, timed to go off right around the time you would be arriving. —do be prepared. wear sensible clothes, especially sturdy shoes, even on routine assignments. pick clothes with lots of pockets. bring all the gear you depend on, including extra batteries.  wear a press badge on a lanyard, so it’s visible. carry a pencil or two, just in case your ink runs out or freezes. —do maintain “situational awareness.” look around and listen to the environment, even while doing an interview or taking a photo. in disasters, things change fast. be ready to run. —do what you’re told. within reason, obey the lawful safety dictates of firefighters, police officers and other first responders. (this does not mean you have to submit to unconstitutional restrictions, but unless you bring your own army, you may have to fight that one another day.) —do take a course in first aid, and consider a course in self-defense. essential gear: –sensible shoes, suited to the situation (waders, snow boots, etc.) –press pass, plus i.d. (and, where appropriate, passport). –cell phone, with charger and external backup power supply. –digital camera, with charger and external backup power. –cash and credit card. –a bandana (which can be used to protect your face from smoke or tear gas). –a headscarf. –a bottle of water (and some kind of energy bar). –collapsable monopod or hiking staff  (or, a flexible mini-tripod). –batteries of all kinds. –pens, mechanical pencils, etc. –flash drive or external hard drive. –mini-binoculars (i keep these around for birding, and they can come in handy). –comfortable clothes with lots of pockets. most of these things should be in your backpack, handbag, or briefcase at all times. you never know! rate this: leave a comment filed under journalism, photojournalism, press, reporting, uncategorized tagged as journalism, media, news march 23, 2017 · 11:26 am journalists: “stay safe” while on assignment by christopher b. daly journalists face an unprecedented array of threats: the traditional physical dangers of covering riots and fires; the new online threats posed by trolls; partisan attacks on coverage someone doesn’t like; electronic hacking of our phones, laptops, and other gear. at boston university, where i teach journalism, my colleagues and i are trying to develop materials to help our students “stay safe” while they are on assignment — reporting, shooting videos, taking photos, recording audio, or whatever. this was prompted by the horrors of the 2013 boston marathon bombing (which took place very near our campus) and renewed by the recent denunciations of the news media by president trump and his supporters. below is an attempt to distill best practices from two conferences. if you have experiences or advice to share, please leave a comment. a journalist’s guide to safe reporting   in rare and unpredictable circumstances, our work as journalists requires us to approach dangerous situations and take calculated risks. other times, an apparently benign assignment can turn threatening. wherever your assignment or curiosity takes you, keep these principles in mind: —don’t go alone. if you can, go with another journalist. in any case, always make sure someone knows where you are – an editor, a colleague, a friend, a parent. stay in touch with your “desk.” if there is a calamity, post to facebook or some other platform, as soon as it is safe, so your friends and family know that you’re ok. —don’t make things worse. do not interfere with “first responders” – their work is even more important than yours. do not take a risk that results in you needing to be rescued. —don’t get in the way. take up a position where you can see but where no further danger will come sneaking up from behind. cover your backside. at a fire, stand upwind, so that the smoke and cinders are not blowing at you. don’t stand right above a working fire hose; they are under a lot of pressure. at a bombing, remember that bombers often plant a second bomb, timed to go off right around the time you would be arriving. —do be prepared. wear sensible clothes, especially sturdy shoes, even on routine assignments. pick clothes with lots of pockets. bring all the gear you depend on, including extra batteries. wear a press badge on a lanyard, so it’s visible. carry a pencil or two, just in case your ink runs out or freezes. —do maintain “situational awareness.” look around and listen to the environment, even while doing an interview or taking a photo. in disasters, things change fast. be ready to run. —do what you’re told. within reason, obey the lawful safety dictates of firefighters, police officers and other first responders. (this does not mean you have to submit to unconstitutional restrictions, but unless you bring your own army, you may have to fight that one another day.) —do take a course in first aid, from a group like risc, and consider a course in self-defense. essential gear: –press pass, visibly displayed on a lanyard. –identification (and, where appropriate, passport). –cell phone, with charger and external backup power supply. –digital camera, with charger and external backup power. –cash and credit card. –a bandana (which can be used to protect your face from smoke or tear gas). –a headscarf. –a bottle of water (and some kind of energy bar). –collapsable monopod or hiking staff (or, a flexible mini-tripod). –batteries of all kinds. –pens, mechanical pencils, etc. –flash drive or external hard drive. –mini-binoculars (i keep these around for birding, and they can come in handy). –comfortable clothes with lots of pockets. most of these things should be in your backpack at all times. you never know! rate this: leave a comment filed under broadcasting, digital media, journalism, local news, media, news, photography, photojournalism, press tagged as journalism, media, news, photography, reporting, video february 20, 2017 · 11:39 am this week in fossil fuels by christopher b. daly one month into the trump era, the number of new jobs in coal mining remains steady, at zero. now comes word that employment in the oil patch is declining and not coming back. the problem: automation. when will we figure out — and acknowledge — that these industries are dying a natural death. there is no need to look for scapegoats like liberals, regulators, environmentalists. congress should act quickly to flood the states dependent on coal and oil with money for income support and for retraining those folks for decent jobs in renewables or in other fields. rate this: leave a comment filed under coal, energy, environment, fossil fuels, uncategorized tagged as coal, fossil fuel, oil february 18, 2017 · 4:47 pm trump is an unwitting ally of the media by christopher b. daly is trump helping the media more than hurting them? consider: after a month in office, donald trump’s approval rating is dropping. it was never very high. after all, he finished second in the balloting, received a minority of votes, and won on a technicality. since taking office, he has waged war on the news media. how’s that working for him? while his number drop, all the indicators for the media are rising. ratings are up for television news programs — and not just on his favorite, fox news, but also for independent news sources like cnn, msnbc, the legacy broadcasters, and pbs. at the major independent newspapers (the times and the post pre-eminently), subscriptions are up, and i expect revenues will be up for the quarter when the time comes to report. yes, trump recently called the independent media “the enemy of the american people.” that was a hateful, deplorable thing to say. shame on him. but so far at least, trump is losing the war he started. rate this: leave a comment filed under broadcasting, donald trump, journalism, journalism history, media, npr, press, trump, uncategorized tagged as media, trump february 18, 2017 · 4:38 pm jefferson on the press “the people are the only censors of their governors: and even their errors will tend to keep these to the true principles of their institution. to punish these errors too severely would be to suppress the only safeguard of the public liberty. the way to prevent these irregular interpositions of the people is to give them full information of their affairs thro’ the channel of the public papers, & to contrive that those papers should penetrate the whole mass of the people. the basis of our governments being the opinion of the people, the very first object should be to keep that right; and were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers or newspapers without a government, i should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter. but i should mean that every man should receive those papers & be capable of reading them.” –jefferson to edward carrington, 1787 rate this: leave a comment filed under first amendment, journalism, journalism history, press freedom, uncategorized tagged as jefferson, liberty, media, press freedom february 3, 2017 · 3:38 pm twiff:congress says it’s ok to dump coal waste in rivers & streams by christopher b. daly yes, elections have consequences. near the head of the line of interest groups who supported president trump in the election and who now want favors is the coal industry. in the first few days of the new congress, both the house and senate wasted no time in giving a green light to surface mining companies to resume their dirty ways. both houses have passed legislation to reverse the “stream protection rule” — which does pretty much what it says. but evidently, that regulation was just too burdensome for the coal industry. make no mistake: the pollution that results from lifting this rule will not harm the “coastal elites” who opposed trump in the election. no, the pollution will go into the streams in coal country, where voters (well, white ones anyway) voted for trump in big numbers. he is literally fouling their waters. with friends like that, does the white working class really need enemies? trump at a campaign rally last october in pennsylvania. photo by bu alum dominick reuter, afp/getty rate this: 1 comment filed under coal, energy, environment, fossil fuels, politics, trump, uncategorized tagged as coal, environment, trump, white working class ← older posts read my book: covering america available at amazon. http://amzn.to/1qq1sze search for "covering america" or christopher b. daly follow me on twittermy tweets search for: recent posts why didn’t the cia stop the russians from hacking facebook in the 2016 election? to journalists covering hurricanes: stay safe! journalists: “stay safe” while on assignment this week in fossil fuels trump is an unwitting ally of the media email subscription enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. join 944 other followers facebook like facebook like archives september 2017 march 2017 february 2017 january 2017 december 2016 october 2016 september 2016 july 2016 june 2016 april 2016 february 2016 january 2016 december 2015 november 2015 october 2015 september 2015 august 2015 july 2015 june 2015 may 2015 april 2015 march 2015 february 2015 january 2015 december 2014 november 2014 october 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 june 2014 may 2014 april 2014 march 2014 february 2014 january 2014 december 2013 november 2013 october 2013 september 2013 august 2013 july 2013 june 2013 may 2013 april 2013 march 2013 february 2013 january 2013 december 2012 november 2012 october 2012 september 2012 august 2012 july 2012 june 2012 may 2012 april 2012 march 2012 february 2012 january 2012 december 2011 november 2011 october 2011 september 2011 august 2011 july 2011 june 2011 may 2011 april 2011 march 2011 february 2011 january 2011 december 2010 november 2010 october 2010 september 2010 july 2010 june 2010 may 2010 april 2010 march 2010 january 2009 follow blog via email enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. join 944 other followers prof chris daly's blog · thoughts on journalism and history blog at wordpress.com. prof chris daly's blog blog at wordpress.com. post to cancel


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