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November 12, 2009

New FTC Rule Could Trigger Big Fines for Bloggers

Image via Wikipedia New guidelines regarding the use endorsements and testimonials were released by the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) last month, and they have far-reaching implications for bloggers and advertisers. Under the new rules both face substantial fines if they fail to disclose value-for-testimonial relationships. A Workshifting.com post by David Baeza, head of the global [...]

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June 1, 2009

Work At Home Searches Among Most Dangerous on Web

Rummaging around the web looking for work-at-home or telecommuting jobs can be dangerous. According to a recent report by Internet security experts at McAfee, your searches might lead you to scams and malware, not just a new way to work. (But then you’d already know that if you read Chapter 4 in Undress For Success!) [...]

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