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SPIN-DOCTORING IS SPUN BY THE WEB

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The internet could mean the end of political spin-doctoring, creating more open and transparent councils, according...
The internet could mean the end of political spin-doctoring, creating more open and transparent councils, according to the Institute of Public Relations.

The IPR says the net will make it more difficult for people in councils and other large organisations to conceal information, which is more likely to leak out and could be altered or attacked online.

Its report The death of spin? argues councils need to rethink how they can maintain their reputation for fair and ethical operation given the new pressures presented by the net.

The death of spin? is published by the IPR, tel: 020 7253 5151.
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