The Disclaimer

Pursuant to this recent entry, and even though it may hold no legal water at all, I hereby set forth this disclaimer and apologia.

This blog claims no copyright for any images posted here unless explicitly mentioned. This blog is a labor of love, and is not meant to be monetized in any way. Its only purpose is to share things of beauty and lasting value with the world at large. If you are the copyright owner of any image found here and object to its being displayed, a simple message will effectuate its immediate removal.

By the dessicated skull of Mogg’s grandfather, there is no need to get attorneys involved; the world is complicated enough already.

©2008-2012 Fortunata

The Old Wolf has spoken.

52 responses to “The Disclaimer

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  50. I won’t go into the immense legalese of whether or not your disclaimer holds water. For that, the remaining lifespan of the Universe would be insufficient.

    I thought that I might instead suggest putting your disclaimer in a “Page”, and use a “Widget” (via “Dashboard”) to place a permanent link to that Disclaimer Page in the right hand bar on your blog. That way you won’t have to remember adding it to each and every single blog entry, eliminating the risk of forgetting about it on an entry containing particularly juicy lawyer-bait, and it would effectively refer to your entire blog rather than just the individual entries.

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