> -----Original Message-----
> > but that's the way they have to do it, until someone comes up with a
> > binding alternative !
>> As if that matters.
>> If you write a news paper article, saying "John Looney killed his
> mother", and then at the end, in plain sight put "Anything I say is
> rubbish", you can still be sued for slander.
>Actually as long as you say that "In my opinion ...." or some such (all
opinions expresed are those of the sender / author ...), ie: you point out
that this isn't proven fact, you're in the clear, we did that in a business
law course in DCU at some stage.
> A legal disclaimer is a perfect example of people looking for a
> technological solution to a human problem.
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