Six Rules of Blogging Ethics

Publish as fact only that which you believe to be true. If material exists online, link to it when you reference it. Publicly correct any misinformation. Write each entry as if it could not be changed; add to, but do not rewrite or delete, any entry. Disclose any conflict of interest. Note questionable and biased sources. Rebecca Youngblood[Hmm… I confess that I do occasionally go back and correct typos and…

Study: Net Credulity Gap Gapes

“Often, sites present what appears to be objective information, but they actually have a commercial motive. Researchers cited the example of a life insurance site that purports to offer objective rate comparisons, but instead only functions as a referral site for agents of the company that operates it.” —Study: Net Credulity Gap GapesWired) See the full Consumers International study.