ANST - Webs and Chronicles and Cash
sirlyonel at hotmail.com
Wed Jul 22 08:03:52 PDT 1998
In response to Stefan's--
>> > Since paid and non-paid advertisements are not allowed, direct
>> > merchants, companies, etc., are not permitted. A careful inspection
>> > websites requested to be linked up should be made to help ensure
>> > they are not a merchant nor attempting to avoid this limitation in
>> > manner.
>> If nothing changes hands, I don't see a problem with these links. But
>> don't have to manage this bearucracy or justify things to the same
>> bearucracy. I don't see a link as an advertisement, unpaid or
>The problem is the definition of what a non-paid advertisement is. If
>you link to an armor merchant, are you endorsing and advertising for
>them? This unfortunately has been a very grey area that the Kingdom
>Chronicler's office has choose to avoid to date.
I agree that this is a problem with "unpaid" advertising. I don't think
it's a problem with "paid" ads. If you link to a paid advertiser and
include a disclaimer to the effect that, "Advertisements are paid and
should not be construed as endorsements";then, hey, what's the problem?
The only problem I see is the financial consideration, and if the
Virtual Scribe is careful to retain receipts and record them on his tax
forms, I see *no* problems.
>Btw, because of sites like Geocities, there are certain advertisements
>(those automatically done by your ISP) that are allowed by the
Now *those* ads I object to. Incidentally, some of those free sites
(Angelfire and Geocities) allow you to disable the automatic ads.
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