From a statement by the Canadian Library Association:
(Ottawa, March 22, 2013) – The Canadian Library Association urges Library and Archives Canada to revisit its Code of Conduct in order to strike a more even balance between the duty of loyalty to the Government of Canada that all public servants have and the freedom of expression . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Free the Canadian Archivist!
The new Library and Archives Canada code of behavior
…says morals and ethics are part of a continuum with “self-regulation” at one end and “heterogulation” at the other.
But at Language Log they’re not sure “heterogulation” is a word. Several definitions have been proposed, probably the most interesting being:
…”the act of ogling,” so “heterogulation” . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: The New LAC Code, or: Why Is That Librarian Staring At My Chest?