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Great post Robin, you put the me too style of mindless link posting to shame. Speaking of which I will now just post a link to you :)

This post was edited at 12.15 on Wednesday 30 March to correct a mistake in the original entry. I had originally, and incorrectly, assumed that the case involving the Motley Fool website, which is owned by a US parent company, was heard in the US courts. It was not. This was a UK case. Luckily, George (see link in the entry) provided a timely correction and some additional links which users might find useful. My apologies for the original inaccuracy.

A combination of Reynold's criteria and technological and operational and governance norms could provide the best coverage. There's a good article about one proposal with a model of online journalism and 30 criteria or practices one can use. http://uk.openingpolitics.org/index.php?title=Reynolds_defense

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Robin Hamman

  • During my 13 years of professional experience, I've had the pleasure of devising, implementing and managing digital and social media propositions for some of the World's most important organisations and brands.

    I joined Edelman's London office as Director of Digital in July 2010. Here I've worked with clients across a variety of sectors and for clients ranging from small technology start-ups to multi-nationals in the FTSE 100 and Fortune 500. I've also worked for both National and International Governmental bodies.

    I joined Edelman from Headshift, part of the Dachis Group, where I was the Social Media practice lead.

    Prior to that, I was the Head of Blogging (Acting Editor) at the BBC, where, over an 8 year period, I played a pivotal role in the roll out of every social media proposition of the Corporation, as well as the underlying processes and training that supported them.

    I also spent a few years at Granada Media (ITV) and a mobile start-up, Talk Cast.

    I hold a BA in Education, MA with Distinction in Sociology, MPhil in Communication Studies and a PgDip in Law. 

I'm also Visiting Fellow in the Department of Journalism at City University and was previously a Non-Residential Fellow at Stanford's Center for Internet and Society.

    Interested in working with me? Feel free to add me on LinkedIn.

    The thoughts and words expressed here are my own and are not necessarily shared by my employer, colleagues or clients.

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