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:1. While TED videos are obviously vetted by the TED organization before being posted, most videos are not vetted by anyone. We do not believe that we can allow such links without reviewing the video to determine whether it is appropriate. And frankly we don't have the time to do so.
 
:1. While TED videos are obviously vetted by the TED organization before being posted, most videos are not vetted by anyone. We do not believe that we can allow such links without reviewing the video to determine whether it is appropriate. And frankly we don't have the time to do so.
 
:2. We have found that many videos are edited from what they purport to be and start out as a legitimate video and then have inappropriate content (spam, pornography) edited into them.
 
:2. We have found that many videos are edited from what they purport to be and start out as a legitimate video and then have inappropriate content (spam, pornography) edited into them.
:3. Virtually all videos that have been posted to the site have been promotional in nature. While presented as an educational/instructional video, they actual promote the speaker or his/her organization. We do not allow promotional materials on the site.
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:3. Most videos that have been posted to the site are promotional in nature. While presented as an educational/instructional video, they actual promote the speaker or his/her organization. We do not allow promotional materials on the site.
 
:4. Most videos take a particular position and do not take a neutral position, which we require of our content.
 
:4. Most videos take a particular position and do not take a neutral position, which we require of our content.
   
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[[User:Mdscott|Mdscott]] ([[User talk:Mdscott|talk]]) 08:30, June 21, 2013 (UTC)
 
[[User:Mdscott|Mdscott]] ([[User talk:Mdscott|talk]]) 08:30, June 21, 2013 (UTC)
 
Thanks for the respons Mdscott. I had thought of that concern, but considered that for that particular video was not the case. I understand that there has to be a rule to keep the ship clean, so no problem.
 
 
On a similar topic, there are some good overview documents from law firms that I in practice consult to have a brief overview of national legislation. I'm thinking about such work by DLA Piper (e.g. http://www.dlapiper.com/files/Uploads/Documents/Data-Protection-Laws-of-the-World-Handbook-Second-Edition-2013.pdf), Linklaters or Baker & McKenzie. For now I have refrained from actually putting the links up, but for a practitioner they are really handy, as official sources really lack on that theme. Could you bring that up on the admin forum as well? Thanks.
 

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