Media Ethics: Re-targeting Ads

Re-targeting Advertisements by Keith Carroll, Kaitlyn Day, and Kevin Harvey

Students from Howard Good’s fall 2010 Media Ethics class explore the ethical issues of re-targeting advertisements, such as invasion of privacy, using the Potter Box model.

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Fall 2010 Media Ethics Class

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