Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Britain - Transparency at the Guardian?

That'll be the day. Scott explains.

I would add one thing to this part in Scott's post.

Mr. Mayes then makes reference to the Guardian's editorial code - and raises the intriguing possibility (one of "a number of options") that, in the future, new hires will not only be asked to actually read it, but also to disclose any possible conflicts their employment may bring about. This implicit admission that employees have not until now been asked to do leads one to wonder just what purpose that code is now serving.

Surely the Guardian should require this of existing employees.

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