Does The Blogosphere Still Need Codes Of Conduct? [Headlines]

Does The Blogosphere Still Need Codes Of Conduct? [Headlines]

Frederic Filloux shares his thoughts on how the blogosphere should handle ethical standards for media organizations.

Amelia Riley Swan
  • 12 september 2011

The TechCrunch/Arrington saga is the perfect illustration for the stealthy corruption plaguing digital information. Skip this paragraph if you know the story. In a nutshell: on 1 September, Michael Arrington, founder of the site TechCrunch, announced the launch of a venture fund (Fortune broke the story). Rather small token by Silicon Valley standards: $20 million (to put things in perspective, according to the<

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