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In the evolving landscape of social media, what is ethical? What can you say to whom, and how? Two attorneys look at the law as it stands and compare it to the AICP Code of Ethics to see how social media can create, or alleviate, ethical issues. Explore what social media mean for planners and planning commissioners — and whether the same ethical considerations apply to both groups.
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About the Speakers
Julie A. Tappendorf
Patricia E. Salkin
Albany Law School