The Oscars Academ adopts a code of conduct

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of the United States, which awarded the Oscars, adopts for the first time a “Code of conduct”

According to the announcement, the code covers the 8,427 members of the Academy, who were notified in the previous days with relevant mail sent by its chief executive, Don Handson. In October, members decided for a second time in history to expel a member, that was, Winston after the revelations.

The code states that the Academy “is not a place for people who take advantage of their position, power or influence in a way that violates the principles of dignity.” From now on, the College’s board of directors will expel those who violate the Code of Conduct or endanger the integrity of the Academy, the announcement is clear.