In keeping with tradition, I wanted my blog to have the most severe and over-the-top Terms & Conditions possible, with robust protection against spammers, lawsuits, and intellectual property theft.
I could have engaged a lawyer to write them for me, or I could have researched it on the web and tried to write my own, but those options seemed to be too expensive and too much work, respectively. So I took the easy route and stole my T’s & C’s from intellectual property lawyer and First Amendment Badass Marc J. Randazza.
Just change a few names and…done. I’m sure that’s good enough for my purposes. Probably the biggest change in content was to the blacklist.
It’s mostly boring legalese, but if you haven’t seen Randazza’s original, here are the Terms and Conditions For This Website…which you really should have read and assented to before getting this far anyway.