When you’re shocked and appalled by what you read in the papers, you
have a number of recourses. File a human rights complaint or a law
suit. Write a letter to the editor or to your MLA. Or, just log on to
Facebook. In this feature article for JournalismEthics.ca’s special report on
offensive journalism and freedom of expression, Sunny Dhillon probes
the online backlash against journalism that offends.
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