- Acquire legal knowledge to create and distribute content on the internet.
- Understand the legal implications of the exercise of information freedoms as well as the legal and social responsibility of professionals and media in the digital environment and journalism 2.0.
- Understand the potential of the new Transparency Law through the reuse and access to public information, and in particular, to acquire practical knowledge on procedures for access to public information, transparency portals for the Administration, journalism Data and citizen journalism.
- Apply the knowledge acquired and their ability to anticipate and solve legal problems in new or little known environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their area of ¿¿study.
- Develop the capacity to relate and integrate knowledge and face the complexity of making judgments based on information that, incomplete or limited, includes reflections on social, legal and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge and judgments.
- Innovate in the communicative environment in the digital environment taking into account the current legislation and possible regulatory gaps existing in the online context.
- Generate audiovisual stories committed to human rights, equal opportunities for men and women, accessibility for people with disabilities and the promotion of a culture of peace and democratic values.
- Detect possible collisions of audio-visual stories with the domain of intellectual property and websites and become aware of their possible legal impacts and social influence.
- learning to seek certain legal information and possible solutions to certain problems
B) Learning Outcomes
- Ability to implement audiovisual projects in the digital environment including the different stages of implementation, taking into account the current legal framework and limitations derived from third party rights (privacy, own image, intellectual property, protection of personal data, etc.).
- Ability to design websites or tools 2.0 taking into account the legal requirements in force in the information society, privacy policies, management of third-party user generated content and adequate protection of the copyright and industrial property of third parties and the Own site.
- Ability to reuse public information and applications provided by Open Data Portals as tools for the development of investigative journalism.
- Ability to create, develop and manage Citizen Journalism initiatives implementing the potential of the Transparency and Data Protection Act.