If you are interested at all in the subject of media ethics — from the standpoint of journalism and PR — here are two stories that are worth reading. Both involve Steve Jobs, privacy and financial disclosure and transparency.
“Health Isn’t A Personal Issue When You’re A Legend” — Joe Nocera, NYT.
“The Media’s Rotten Reporting on Apple” — Daniel Lyons, Newsweek.com.
Here’s from the article by Lyons:
The larger takeaway is what this episode says about how the media covers Apple. It’s one thing for PR flacks to tell lies. That is, after all, what they get paid to do. But it’s another thing for the media to join in on the action.