The National Registry of Professional Interpreters and Translators for the Deaf Code of Ethics (1964)

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"C. The newly established registry of interpreters and translators has its own code of ethics:

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For additional perspectives on the development, institution, and evolution of the RID's codes of ethical behavior, see also

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