- How many sites would take money (or sell ads) in exchange for a product review? [Answer: 20 percent]
- How many sites would additionally consider selling an Editor's Choice award? [Answer: none]
- Were any world regions more "corrupt" than others? [Answer: no, 20-25% almost everywhere]
- Does it depend on the size or age of the site? [Answer: read TFA]
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A refreshing bipartisan effort to return Fair Use to it's rightful place as the law of the land. (for media content, anyway)"Today, Reps. Rich Boucher (D-Va.) and John Dolittle (R-Calif.) introduced what they call the "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing U.S. Entrepreneurship" (or FAIR USE) Act they say will make it easier for digital media consumers to use the content they buy.