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For my next video in the blogging advice series on my YouTube channel I am discussing the topic of ethics and etiquette amongst bloggers.
Many professional industries have a code of ethics, a set of guidelines, or a charter of good behaviour for members to sign up to and abide by.
Is this something bloggers, vloggers and content creators consider?
With the internet being a largely unregulated part of life do we have a responsibility to conduct ourselves ethical? How far do we need to go to protect ourselves, or audience and our peers?
Watch the video above or head over to YouTube here.
I would love to know your thoughts on this topic. Do you think bloggers need a code of ethics?