If you take a trip around the Web, you'll notice that a lot of Web sites and blogs include links (typically in the site's footer) to a terms and conditions policy, which serves as a disclaimer to protect the site owner. Some sites use very detailed, specific terms and conditions policies, while others use a shorter, more generic version.
It's up to you to decide the level of protection you need and then enlist the help of an attorney to create the best terms and conditions for use of your blog. The sample Blog Terms and Conditions Policy below can get you started.
Sample Blog Terms and Conditions Policy
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