Publishing Principles

General Publishing Principles of

1: Wojdo, as an internet-based news website that adheres to the principles of Journalism Ethics, pledges to apply the same principles in online publishing.

2: In our publications, no group of individuals with disabilities (intellectual, physical, hearing-impaired, etc.) shall be demeaned or belittled due to their differences or appearances.

3: In our publications, no group shall be subjected to derogatory or demeaning expressions based on their religion, language, race, or social status, regardless of who they are.

4: Misleading headlines shall not be used for the sake of attracting attention or creating sensation.

5: We strive to ensure that the content we publish has a high added value, aiming to contribute to the public’s knowledge and awareness.

6: does not declare anyone guilty without the crime being determined and decided by the courts.

7: Our publications shall prioritize the public interest over personal interests or the interests of any specific group.

8: We guarantee the issuance of a correction (if necessary) when a news article is found to be incorrect.

9: In extraordinary circumstances (such as war, disaster, conflict, etc.), while considering the public’s right to access information, we maintain responsible journalism within the framework of national security, public order, universal human rights, and refrain from publishing content that unnecessarily agitates the public.

10: We refrain from publishing content that belittles institutions, organizations, and individuals in the eyes of society.

11: In our publications, we avoid using a sexist language and stand against gender-based discrimination.

12: When translating content from other languages, the translator’s name and the source of the translated material are included in the publication.

13: When utilizing content from news agencies, the name of the relevant news agency is added to the publication. We refrain from plagiarizing news articles, opinion pieces, or blog posts produced through the individual effort and work of journalists, columnists, or bloggers, and presenting them as our own.

14: In our informative content related to the rights granted by the state to disabled individuals or other segments of society, we strive to provide content based on laws, regulations, and official directives.

15: We respect the privacy and inviolability of private life in our publications, except with the consent of the relevant person or in cases of public interest.

16: If hidden camera footage, email correspondence, or private messages on social media are obtained through illegal means and news has been made based on them, we do not include such news in our publications.

17: We avoid content that goes against the general moral standards of society, refraining from displaying the female body as an object or using it for sensational purposes.

18: We respect the religious holidays and sacred values of all beliefs, and we refrain from publishing news and statements that may provoke reactions from a religious community.

These publishing principles aim to ensure that the news articles of are presented based on accuracy, impartiality, credibility, and ethical values. The website seeks to contribute to the public’s awareness and information by adhering to the principles of journalism ethics.

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