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Collaborative blogs – legal issues

You and some friends or colleagues decide to start a blog together. This is pretty common, but might there be some legal issues you haven’t considered? Over at InformIT, Eric Goldman has written a 2 part series that examines this possiblity.  Part I discusses the legal ramifications of blogging collaboratively,  and in part 2 the author points out some possible solutions and recommendations for mitigating unwanted consequences of co-blogging.

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