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Responsibility is the other side of the coin of freedom. In the field of journalism this means that freedom of speech has natural limits that are marked by the fundamentals and purpose of the information, that is, by the truth and by the contribution to the good of citizens. So, the responsible exercise of journalism should respond to the need of citizens for truthful information and that it be useful for their material and cultural progress, and should not ever damage the values of human dignity, peace and social harmony.
 
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, Margaret Lawson. Teacher responds: 04-04-2010 05:07:06 (Local time)
   
Responsibility is the other side of the coin of freedom. In the field of journalism this means that freedom of speech has natural limits that are marked by the fundamentals and purpose of the information, that is, by the truth and by the contribution to the good of citizens. So, the responsible exercise of journalism should respond to the need of citizens for truthful information and that it be useful for their material and cultural progress, and should not ever damage the values of human dignity, peace and social harmony.
 
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