FILE - In this March 2, 2014 file photo, Harvey Weinstein arrives at the Oscars in Los Angeles. The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science announced Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017, that it had adopted its first code of conduct for its more than 8.400 members. The move by the organization that bestows the Oscars comes after the film academy expelled Weinstein in October in the wake of sexual harassment and abuse allegations leveled against him.
FILE - In this March 2, 2014 file photo, Harvey Weinstein arrives at the Oscars in Los Angeles. The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science announced Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017, that it had adopted its first code of conduct for its more than 8.400 members. The move by the organization that bestows the Oscars comes after the film academy expelled Weinstein in October in the wake of sexual harassment and abuse allegations leveled against him. Photo by Jordan Strauss
FILE - In this March 2, 2014 file photo, Harvey Weinstein arrives at the Oscars in Los Angeles. The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science announced Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017, that it had adopted its first code of conduct for its more than 8.400 members. The move by the organization that bestows the Oscars comes after the film academy expelled Weinstein in October in the wake of sexual harassment and abuse allegations leveled against him. Photo by Jordan Strauss

Oscars org adopts code of conduct after Weinstein expulsion

December 07, 2017 09:50 AM

UPDATED December 07, 2017 09:51 AM

More Videos

  • New revelations show Weinstein's attempts to cover up allegations

    The New Yorker recently reported that film executive Harvey Weinstein hired private investigators to track his accusers and journalists to prevent allegations of sexual harassment and abuse from being published. Weinstein first hired investigators in the fall of 2016, the report says.