69. Professional technologists must not abuse another professional technologist’s good faith, breach the person’s trust, act unfairly towards him or her or maliciously damage the person’s reputation.
Without restricting the generality of the foregoing, professional technologists must not
(1) take credit for another professional technologist’s work; or
(2) take advantage of their position as employer or executive to limit in any way the professional independence of another professional technologist in their employ or under their supervision, in particular as regards the use of the title of professional technologist or the obligation of every professional technologist to assume full professional liability.