I wrote a while ago about the Australian Financial Review’s new ethical guidelines for journalists, and the restrictions they place on social networking. I have also run an item about the Washington Post’s guidelnes on the same matter. Then there is the ABC’s new self regulation framework, which places a heavy emphasis on use of social networking to interact with audiences.

Well, here’s soemthing more – the BBC has just unveiled a new set of guidelines that state “nothing should be written[online] by BBC journalists¬† and presenters that would not be said on air.” Read more here.

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