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September 16, 2007

How legal statements should be written

I was reading the blurb about the forthcoming autumn Life 2.0 Summit, produced by CMP Technology/Dr. Dobb's Journal, and happened to notice the short statement at the end about their privacy policy.  The language they use is nice and direct:

Dr. Dobb's Life 2.0 believes that spam is evil. So we promise not to bombard you with too much crap. But we'll be sending you notices of upcoming Life 2.0 events, and your information will be provided to Life 2.0 Summit sponsor(s), who have promised to comply with our 'minimal crap' email and corporate Privacy Policy.

:-)

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They do have a long privacy policy which they link to though ;-)

I suppose it is written in a reasonable way.

They do have a long privacy policy which they link to though ;-)

I suppose it is written in a reasonable way.

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