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Social Media and Ethics

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In the evolving landscape of social media, what is ethical? Two attorneys look at the law as it stands and compare it with the AICP Code of Ethics. Explore the ethical considerations for both planners and planning commissioners.

Published by American Institute of Certified Planners, 2011

Format: Streaming Media, 85 minutes


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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 with 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.

Co-sponsor: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

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Speakers:
Patricia E. Salkin, Albany Law School; Julie A. Tappendorf, Ancel Glink

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