One of my students in Writing for the World Wide Web sent me this: “12 Important U.S. Laws Every Blogger Needs to Know,” which is from something called the Aviva Directory. It seems like an authoritative article, though the source makes me a little suspicious. In any event, it would be a good reading for the next time I teach Writing for the Web, which will probably be next spring, It might be useful for my research project, too.
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