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September 12, 2005

Dave Taylor hunts for the perfect disclaimer

Stephen Baker

Dave Taylor was hunting for the perfect disclaimer to head the moderated comments in his blog. He was looking for something pithy--but then turned to a lawyer. Suffice to say it's a long post, but here's what they came up with in the end.

"Because I value your thoughtful opinions, I encourage you to add a comment to this discussion. Don't be offended if I edit your comments for clarity or to keep out questionable matters, however, and I may even delete off-topic comments."

Now, let's get the lawyer out of it:

Comments are welcome. Please keep it civil. I'll edit for clarity, and will delete hate, porn and spam.

10:30 AM

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And yet, Stephen, you don't have a disclaimer on your comments themselves yet. I wonder what the BW/MH lawyers say about that? :-)

Posted by: Dave Taylor at September 12, 2005 11:13 AM

Hmmm ... seems to me that his lawyer was barely even trying.

Now this - this is a disclaimer:

http://myweb.accessus.net/?090/univdisc.html

Posted by: Rob Hyndmanq at September 12, 2005 08:24 PM


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