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In a pandemic, would you prefer journalists to be 'helpful' and support government policy, or should they tell it like it is? Ethicist@LeslieCannold  examines both sides of the case #lockdown 

Medical ethicistArthur Schafer says vaccine passports can protect lives and public health without unfairly discriminating against people.

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Should Australia and other wealthy nations be angling for a booster shot before many countries have even gotten their second – or even their first? Ethicist@LeslieCannold  examines both sides of the argument – read her column and tell us what you think 👇

"We can live without extra shots, but those in countries like Indonesia and Papua New Guinea can’t." Ethicist@LeslieCannold  on whether Australians should get booster shots, or wait for the world to be covered first.

Congratulations to @NoelleSilver  , Founder of AI Leadership Institute and @HaniyehMah  , Global AI Ethicist of @DataRobot  for being Transform's Responsibility and Ethics winners! #VBTransform 

Democrats say their attempts to fight the Republicans' voter suppression bill is a fight for democracy. But are their methods democratic? Ethicist@LeslieCannold  takes a look at both sides of the argument.

A Winnipeg ethicist says hiring a private investigator to have the Manitoba Chief Justice and other senior government officials followed is not just shabby ethics, but is questionable legally. Brittany Greenslade reports.

A Winnipeg ethicist says hiring a private investigator to have the Manitoba Chief Justice and other senior government officials followed is not just shabby ethics, but is questionable legally. Brittany Greenslade reports.

"Voluntary incentives are appealing, yet sometimes mandates are necessary — and vaccine mandates are legal, ethical, and effective." So says ethicist@ZekeEmanuel  (and he gives the court citations):

"Ethically, how responsible am I for my brother?" @NYTmag 's Ethicist on weighing a schizophrenic sibling’s needs against your own — and more.

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"Do I have an ethical right to ask about vaccine status, even if it’s 'rude'?" In @NYTmag , The Ethicist addresses whether it is okay to inquire about the vaccination status of your co-workers.

A reader asks The Ethicist: My adult daughter started falling for a man until he asked her to marry him so he could get his green card. When she said no, he ghosted her. Should I report him to immigration?

In this week's The Ethicist from @NYTmag , a reader asks if it's OK to tinker with her father's YouTube account to steer him away from right-wing extremist content. What do you think?

In response to an article Crikey published on Friday, philosopher and ethicist@LeslieCannold  says the time has come for men to shut up and listen to women about sexual assault and how to change the culture [Unlocked]

Former ethicist'>Govt Ethicist: White House needs to be transparent about how it’s guarding against potential Biden family conflicts @waltshaub  discusses

Here’s why you shouldn't try to offer your Covid-19 vaccine to someone else who seems to be more in need, medical ethicistArt Caplan says. “We’re not set up to redeploy vaccine that somebody turns down,” he tells @smerconish .

A spouse of a higher-up essential worker asks The Ethicist if she can cut the vaccine line.

Should you jump the line for the Covid vaccine if you get the opportunity? "When reasonable rules have been set in place, morality requires us to do our part in collective practices that are good for the community," writes @NYTmag 's Ethicist columnist.

Salesforce is one of the first companies in tech to have a ethicist'>Chief Ethicist ⁦⁦ @pdgoldman ⁩ to guide the company in making difficult decisions in its operations using a unique process to document the potential unintended consequences of actions.

INCREDIBLE. Can think of no better example of REASON over EMOTION VIRTUE over VENGEANCE. Christian Cooper has dissected a topic (he is the subject and victim of!)––that nearly everyone else sees as simple black & white headline––with rare nuance Give him the Ethicist column.

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