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Skullduggery to Sock Puppets: PR Response to Fictitious Online Profiles
April 24, 2014 | Interactive Discussion
Fake social media accounts not only violate ethical principles — they are a serious breach of professional and public trust. How can public relations professionals — and employers — best address ethical issues?
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Featured Presenter:
Board of Ethics and Professional Standards (BEPS)
On-Demand Webinar
Understand how public relations crises can be avoided or mitigated through better ethical decision-making.
What You Need to Know, Why You Should Care
On-Demand Webinar
The online world is filled with fake reviews, Wikipedia entries written for hire, and blogs that fail to disclose free products and services. Get a revealing look at the scope of this corruption, what the law says, and what ethical public relations pros should do.
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Featured Presenter:
Board of Ethics and Professional Standards (BEPS)
Social Media Ethics
On-Demand Webinar
Join members of PRSA’s Board of Ethics and Professional Standards for an examination and discussion of some of the potentially unethical social media behaviors that have been making headlines.

 


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