Tuesday, October 11, 2005

The Economics of blogging 2 of 2

Then, on the legal side, there are already a few people blogging about the fact that eventually, blogging will have legal ramifications, specially for those that do not adhere to rules of common sense. The idea is that there is the issues of copywright when it comes to posting information, but at this point in time it is probably too early in the game to be able to devise a method whereby these issues can be addressed.

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The Law and Economics of Blogging

Lawrence Solum says that this paper by Larry Ribstein is a must-read for bloggers: "Building on blogs' technical features, it identifies the unique aspects of blogs that should have legal ramifications. It then briefly applies this framework to a variety of legal issues."
Bottom line? Work hard, and give credit were credit is due. Then wait...
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