Dell recognizes that online communication tools such as weblogs ("blogs") and other online channels (chat rooms, etc.) increasingly serve as channels for direct interaction with customers, the media and other Dell stakeholders. The company's commitment to being direct supports open communications by employees and other Dell representatives, providing such communications are transparent, ethical and accurate.
All online communication by Dell employees or company representatives on behalf of Dell is subject to Dell's Code of Conduct and applicable Electronic Dialogue policies, laws and regulations. Dell's Code of Conduct sets forth a standard of personal responsibility for employees both inside and in some cases, outside the workplace. Dell's Online Communication Policy adopts the same standard. Dell also recommends that its suppliers to adopt the standards outlined below.
Any Dell employee or representative engaging in online, electronic dialogue as a delegate of the company is required to meet a standard that mandates:
Additionally, Dell subscribes to the Code of Ethics established by the Word of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA). The WOMMA Code of Ethics is available at http://www.womma.org/ethicscode.htm. Dell's adherence to the WOMMA code means:
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