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Ethics Alerts (EAs) cover stories about serious ethical violations censored by corporate media–from fraud and embezzlement to willful endangerment of innocent lives, war crimes, and even mass murder. Written by students who have studied applied ethics at the university or college level, all EAs consist of two parts: (1) a synopsis of the story’s facts in the form of a Validated Independent News story (or VIN); and (2) an ethical analysis of the VIN, which reveals the seriousness of the ethical violation. This award-winning program adds a new analytic, editorial dimension to the citizen journalism that is emblematic of Project Censored.

Car Powered by Water? Idea Mysteriously Dies with Inventor

Listen to Audio Ethics Alert! On March 20, 1998, Stanley Allen Meyer was out at dinner with his twin brother Stephen and two Belgian investors. They were out celebrating Meyer’s recently patented creation of a car run only by water. It is said that this vehicle could run across the United States on 22 gallons […]

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TSA: Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

The Transportation Security Agency (TSA) is involved in theft. Here is a federal agency whose employees have been pocketing and profiting from other individual’s items. Unfortunately, this has been going on for the past decade without being addressed. The TSA hasn’t been doing enough to prevent its workers from theft and the public has suffered […]

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Body Art Discrimination: Violation of First Amendment?

Its not rare these days to see a man or woman with a tattoo or with his or her entire limbs tattooed. With tattoos varrying from pictures to scriptures, people have made their skin their own diary. In that case it falls to freedon of speech. Freedom of speech is being able to express one’s […]

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Can Restorative Justice Save Us?

As of today there are about 2.3 million people locked up in prison in the United States. But is locking away the solution to having a safer community? The number of juveniles who are incarcerated is also rapidly rising; nonetheless, there are a few places that focus on restoration justice. Restoration justice is where the […]

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The Myth of Plastic Bottle Recycling

Most of us are under the impression that plastic bottles are being recycled once they are put in a recycling bin. But little do they know plastic cannot be recycled because of the components out of which it is made. I assumed like many others that plastic bottles were being reused to make more plastic […]

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