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Are you a web scofflaw? If you live in California, the answer is probably “yes.”
Last night I attended a workshop on this topic by Tandoc & Wehr, pretty sure they’d be talking about things like photos one could legally use and copyright attributions. And I confess, I was feeling a bit smug on the whole thing. It turns out, most of my websites are (were) indeed, breaking the law.
First, I’m not a lawyer so don’t take anything I say here as legal advice. This is just general info – things to think about. When in doubt, talk to a legal professional.
Yeah, they scared me.
Here’s what it boiled down to:
- If you are providing information that can be construed as advice, you need an information disclaimer.