News industry should find some way to regulate citizen journalism
That's what former NBC correspondent David Hazinski says. "Supporters of 'citizen journalism' argue it provides independent, accurate, reliable information that the traditional media don't provide," he writes. "While it has its place, the reality is it really isn't journalism at all, and it opens up information flow to the strong probability of fraud and abuse. The news industry should find some way to monitor and regulate this new trend." || Blogflict: "Where do we even start with this one?"