Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory is amending its meetings policy so that all participants who plan on blogging and tweeting adhere to the rules sets for members of the media, says a post at Science Insider. Namely, bloggers, media, and tweeters all need to notify CSHL ahead of time if they plan to cover the meeting and must receive permission from the speaker or poster author before reporting on what's presented.

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