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The economics of reputation toolkit

The Public Relations Consultants Association has published an interesting piece of work examining the value of reputation. It draws insight from business, PR professionals and academics and was led by Tony Langham of Lansons Communications. The ‘Economics of Reputation’ toolkit focuses on five questions: What is reputation? Why has reputation become a critical issue? How […]

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Newspaper Licensing Agency beaten to a pulp by PRCA and Meltwater

Today the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg ruled in favour of the Public Relations Consultants Association (PRCA) and Meltwater in their five-year battle with the UK’s Newspaper Licensing Agency (NLA). The CJEU has quite sensibly ruled that browsing and viewing articles online does not require authorisation from the copyright holder. This is a victory […]

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PR practitioners should not directly edit Wikipedia according to new CIPR guidance

PR practitioners should not directly edit Wikipedia according to new CIPR guidance

I wouldn’t normally publish a news release verbatim, but this is important and I’m pushed for time this week! Disclaimer: I’m a founder member of the CIPR Social Media panel that created the new Wikipedia guidance and made a few small suggestions of my own to its development. Public relations practitioners should not directly edit […]

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PRCA and Meltwater defend internet freedom–open letter to UK MPs

PRCA and Meltwater defend internet freedom–open letter to UK MPs

Dear Alec I am writing to you asking for your help as a concerned constituent following the Court of Appeal’s decision on the 27 July regarding ‘temporary copying’. The decision means that millions of UK citizens will unwittingly be infringing copyright as they surf the Internet. This situation has arisen as a result of a […]

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