Wednesday, April 02, 2008

State of New Jersey acts in

Too many think that they can do anything online and not be held accountable. But there's more to setting up an online business or social network than just bits and bytes. Having your privacy policy and terms of service matach your actual practices is crucial and the way most mess up. In this case, I am looking for ways they mess up, or ways they can make things a bit more responsible. Selling and marketing hate and rumor-mongering is a problem, especially if you don't do what you promise. AG Milgram, in NJ, is taking action. We commend her for doing this and hope the others will too.
This is a new business model and becomes more popular as we do media against it. It's time for the law enforcement players ot do their best to make sure they follow the law. And I'll lend any support to them that I can.
ThanksState of New Jersey

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