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Moderating law blog comments : The New York Times protocol

For law firms looking to establish a standard protocol for moderating comments on their blog (not everyone can take the Greenfield or O’Keefe do as we feel approach), the New York Times standard may be apropos. The New Times frequently asked questions about comments provides straight forward answers of the follow questions: Why do you… Continue Reading

Comment registration lame idea for law blogs

A law firm asked today about the possibility of requiring readers to register before being permitted to post a comment. Apparently a lawyer in the firm saw registration required for comments on a newspaper’s blog. Bad idea. Here’s why. Comment registration is not used on the vast majority of blogs. LexBlog has over 300 law… Continue Reading