Friday, July 31, 2015

Are Undercover Videos Ethical?

Jonathan Six and I wrote an article over on The Center for Great Commission Studies' blog about the ethical use of undercover videos, and Upton Sinclair's "The Jungle."
Have you ever read Upton Sinclair’s groundbreaking novel “The Jungle?” 
It was one of the first major exposes depicting horrible work conditions, a massive public health risk and an entire work industry with a complete disregard for human life. 
Sinclair’s work forced massive shifts to occur in how Americans understood working conditions and helped pass acts like the Pure Food and Drug Act, which gave rise to what we now know as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In the end, the federal legislation was passed in spite of the industry’s attempts to keep it from happening. We see the same type of pushback from the abortion industry in relation to the recent undercover videos.
Head over and read the rest of the post here. 

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