Examiner is forcing writers to accept the new writers' agreement or not ever get paid again, and it is a doozy! My friend, who used to work in law offices, has posted a translation of the first half of the agreement, and it's horrible! Of course, Examiner is trying to say it's all just "standard language" and nothing is going to change, but if you haven't already agreed to it, you need to read this first. BTW, you can't check earnings or even post to support without agreeing to it.
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Yikes. That blog post was extremely useful - gives us an idea of the sort of legalese to watch out for if other writing sites ever try the same thing.
by Mary McShane24 months ago
The discussion forum "Fiction Writers - Please Introduce Yourselves" (located at http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/91914 started by Website Examiner) is almost two years old. Website Examiner is no longer...
by Patrick Kamau3 years ago
I have copied it as it is.helen parker 21 hours agomy name is Helen Parker, i have been dumped be an arm robbers $658000 when i travel for a business translation in japan, so my life was now enty and no where to run to...
by Carl "Fitness"6 years ago
It would be very helpful for newbies if HubPages added some context-sensitive (inline) help links near the "ads" level setting drop down box on the settings tab for new hub posts. (That's where you set...
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