Conversation Agent - Valeria Maltoni - Friday Five: FTC Blogger Disclaimers

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The ironic thing is, I don't visit any of those sites but yours, so I thought they were real. I mean, I know Godin sports the dome and Scoble was in some controversy about blogs being dead and FriendFeed was the next big thing, but I didn't know these were jokes until the end.

Very cool.

Makes me wonder, though, if I should figure something out for my newest site. I'm interviewing people and giving them an opportunity to name a vendor who has done them right. It's an interview, though, so does it need a disclaimer? Maybe along the lines of those annoying, three language, "Please don't sue our movie studio because you don't like what someone says on this DVD and your feelings were hurt."


I like that last one! Very true for everyone making a difference on the web.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us!

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