Ethics and online journalism Video
SCO Group CEO Darl McBride sits down Face to Face with ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber at Sand Hill Group's Software 2004 conference in San Francisco. McBride spoke openly about the ongoing battle over SCO's Unix intellectual property and provided some background on the new lawsuit.
What is the Chrome OS, and should you look forward to your next computer running it? We discuss this new operating system and how it stacks up with Windows, OS X, and desktop Linux. With CNET's Stephen Shankland and PCWorld Editor-in-chief Steve Fox.
Facebook recently rolled out privacy changes and new data-sharing features. As usually happens when Facebook makes a privacy change, there was a swift and mighty backlash. Didn't Facebook learn from Beacon? To discuss Facebook's latest moves, Rafe Needleman is joined by CNET's Declan McCullagh and by Kara Swisher from All Things Digital.
Spencer Ackerman of Wired's Danger Room blog joins us today to discuss the use of unmanned surveillance aircraft in the raid on the bin Laden compound, and the future of this technology for the Army, the Air Force, and other countries' military forces.
Scott Pelley takes a tour of GRX, a Denver electronic-waste recycling company that is a member of 'E-Stewards.' That's a stringent program run by a watchdog group, The Basel Action Network, to certify ethical recyclers who do not ship their toxic materials overseas.
How did backdating stock options become such a pervasive problem? Are business schools teaching ethics? Richard Schmalensee, dean of MIT's Sloan School of Management, recently spoke with CNET News.com's Jim Kerstetter about today's business problems and innovation in Silicon Valley.
Is it fair to officially label Apple and its "followers" a religion, or at least a cult? We'll examine the parallels between the company and the church, discuss the ethics of live-tweeting a funeral, and imagine the future of Google Street view based on its latest Trekker backpack for outdoor exploration.
Is the iPad the magical device that can do for newspapers and magazines when CD ROMs, the Web, and RSS readers could not? Join Rafe Needleman in discussion with PaidContent's Rafat Ali and the New York Times' Damon Darlin.
How do you throw away $4 billion? Buy spectrum you can't use. That seems to be what Lightsquared did, once the FCC revoked a license that would have let the company build a new nationwide wireless broadband network. Today, Rafe discusses with CNET editors Roger Cheng and Maggie Reardon what happened here, why, and what it means for consumers.
Root Music CEO J Sider and Evolver.fm's Eliot Van Buskirk join Rafe to discuss how the music industry has changed for performers, and what all the new digital services mean for them.