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Nick Reynolds Nick Reynolds | 13:45 UK time, Thursday, 14 July 2011

Regular readers will be interested in this blog post published today on the Editors blog at BBC News.

Chris Hamilton (Social Media Editor, BBC News) writes:

"The guidance is based on common sense, the section on personal activity starting with the phrase: "Don't do anything stupid". It goes on to say - among other things - that you shouldn't say anything that compromises your impartiality or sound off "in an openly partisan way".

Read more and comment at the Editors blog at BBC News.

Nick Reynolds is Social Media Executive, BBC Online

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