Edward Snowden

“Edward Snowden, the famous whistle-blower, said: “a most important idea is to remember that there have been times throughout… history where what is right is not the same as what is legal”. What is he referring to? Which would be important considerations when assessing whether a whistle-blower is acting in an ethical manner? Offer at least two examples/cases to illustrate your argument.”

4. Edward Snowden, the famous whistle-blower, said: “a
to illustrate your argument.
Submission deadline: Thursday 19th of November 2020, before 1.00 pm (13:00 GMT).
Hand in via Turnitin, Blackboard.
Word-count of Essay: Between 1,000 and 1,200 words.
Resources:
Publications such as The Guardian, Financial Times, BBC news website, The Times, The British Journalism Review, The New York Times, among other media outlets, can be useful. Scholarly sources (books, papers published in journals, reports, etc) should be used. Also, wider online research is encouraged (see websites listed in Module Handbook and below). Where relevant, students should consider established ethical guidelines or codes such as Ofcom’s broadcast code, Ipso’s code, Impress’ code, BBC’s code, among others.
Students are expected to write an academic essay –which also means resorting to referencing sources academically (ideally in Westminster-Harvard style). At the very least, four different sources should be used in the essay.
the same as what is legal”. What is he referring to? Which would be important
most important idea is to
remember that there have been times throughout… history where what is right is not
considerations when assessing whether a whistle-blower is acting in an

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