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A Code Of Ethics…

Interesting read from the former Ad exec Shona Seifert – the "Proposed Code of Ethics for the Advertising Industry" as required by the judge who sentenced her in U.S. District Court to 18 months in prison and $125,000 fine. It even includes what AdAge suggests (registration required) might work as a tagline for her own tattered brand:

“Boring work has never resulted in a prison sentence. Poor timekeeping practices have.”

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  1. By Edw3rd on September 5th, 2005 at 4:59 pm

    Andy,

    What is most telling is the opening line of her Code of Ethics:

    “None of us ever plans to be thrown under a bus. But it happens.”

    For anyone that stays on big-agency business past age 30, it’s a cautionary tale from which to learn.

    Edw3rd

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