Assignment XXXXXXXXXXwordsDiscuss the relevant ethical and legal issues raised by the fictitious scenario below. You should divide your work into four paragraphs, numbered, corresponding with the paragraphs of the scenario (i.e. 1 to 4). You should make use of the supplied unit readings and case examples to support your answer, but also feel free to find your own from reliable Australian sources. Make sure you check the Marking Rubric attached to the assignment to see where marks are allocated. Remember to proof-read your work before submission as marks are deducted for prose and expression errors. Note: You do not need to assume anything on the facts supplied below. Analyse them as presented to you, based on your developing understanding of media law and ethics principles and regulations. Understanding is developed by working progressively through each unit topic. Avoid phrases such as ‘assuming that ...’, or ‘If we assume that...’ in your analysis.Students whose first language is not English might benefit from Language and Learning Advisory team support. Make an appointment via Deakin Sync Student page. Allen Keys does a piece-to-camera saying that a confidential police source has told Channel 4 that Jane Jones is their prime suspect in the presumed death of her husband. The Melbourne Mirror newspaper picks up the story, sending a reporter and photographer to the Jones house. Jane Jones tells them to leave, but the photographer goes to a side window and takes a photograph of her through an open window.Keys waits on the footpath.3.The next day, the Mirror newspaper runs a brief news story with the photo taken at the house, under the headline, ‘Missing man feared dead’. Police later arrest Jane Jones and charge her with murder. Allen Keysthentweets, ‘Jones murder solved, now where’s the body?’ The Mirror updates its online story reporting the arrest and charging of Jones. It re-tweets Keys’ tweet on its feed, with the words, ‘Risky move’. 4.When Jane Jones appears in court the next morning she pleads not guilty to murder and is released on bail. Meanwhile, police find a man’s body at a landfill site outside Melbourne, which is identified as that of Ted Jones. When Jane Jones walks out of court, she is approached by four TV cameras, five reporters, and two people filming her with their mobile phones. The Mirror newspaper reporterasks her, ‘How do you feel about your husband’s body being found at a dump?’ She replies, ‘I didn’t know he was dead until just now’.
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