The law of the blog – US

Aviva Directory has published a list of 12 important US laws every blogger should know. Issues covered include: deep-linking (with far more sensible advice than the Chartered Institute of Public Relations code gives you); use of images; stolen content; data protection; and monitoring, moderating and censoring comments.

It only applies to the US, but given the lack of UK and European case law it does provide some food for thought.

12 important US laws every blogger should know via Allan Jenkins at Desirable Roasted Coffee.

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