In summary, PRSA lists the following 10 principles of behavior for
the practice of public relations:
1. Conduct in accord with the public interest.
2. Exemplify high standards of honesty and integrity.
3. Deal fairly with the public.
4. Adhere to highest standards of accuracy and truth.
5. Do not knowingly disseminate false or misleading
6. Do not engage in any practice that corrupts the channels
of communication or processes of government.
7. Identify publicly the name of the client or employer on whose
behalf any public communication is made.
8. Do not make use of any individual or organization
professing to be independent or unbiased but actually
serving another or undisclosed interest.
9. Do not guarantee the achievement of specified results beyond
10. Do not represent conflicting or competing interests.