Last day to fill in the survey

I’m going to close my survey for UK-based online publishers on Friday night (September 3rd). I’m really pleased with the response so far and look forward to analysing the results properly. A big thank you to everyone who passed the link around, by Twitter or other means. And I’m especially grateful for the mention it got on these sites:

But you’ve still got time till the end of the week! Here’s the link:

There’s also the Help Me Investigate group at this link, which anyone can join to share thoughts and findings about legal risks for online publishers.  I plan to keep the investigation open, as an ongoing project.

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4 Responses to Last day to fill in the survey

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  2. Cheers Judith. By the way did you check out The London Neighbourhoods Online event:
    http://lno-unconference2010.eventbrite.com/

    Seems there may very well be a session on the issue of where local websites and blogs stand with libel and copyright laws, going by a discussion in the Google group for attendees. 🙂

    Cheers, Nicky

  3. JTownend says:

    yes, thank you! Unfortunately I can’t make it on the 25th, but that sounds like an excellent session idea. I’ll join the Google group and follow the coverage afterwards. Depending on what comes out of that, and my survey results, we could have a think about future discussions – maybe for the next Talk About Local event?

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