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Posting items from newsletters
I sub to a few sites that announce news such as dates of the release of new hardware , security issues, and items of general computing interest.
Now I am guilty of posting material - unwittingly I might add that have skewed the rules and for which I have been advised of and for which I have apologised.
Those items included refs to updates for certain apps we use and unfortunately have been missed by myself - being paid for products.
Therefore I just want to know if a ref to say an upcoming technology that may or may not be attached to a certain company may be reported via a post in SF.
I have read through the general rules but the more I read the the more I read into them - am now unsure and confused as I do not want to get banned for posting something that I might see as harmless and possibly of benefit to all members but admin might not agree with.
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