Government to Regulate Social Media?

The Fed’s want to intervene, and regulate the flow of commercial communication in Social Media channels. In a nutshell, they want anyone that blogs, Tweets, reviews, recommends, or writes about a product (and receives compensation to do it) to wear an arm band that identifies them as an “advertiser.” Ok, I made the arm-band part up.

Are consumers really so stupid that they will make a buying decision based on what “ForReals69” has to say on Twitter? When you see a glowing positive product review don’t you automatically assume its hype? After all, its the Internets!

Face it — without regulation it is impossible to form another layer of government that requires budget funding, assess fees, expands bureaucracy, and create new jobs…

So, why do you hate new jobs so much?

Disclaimer – This post should be considered when buying into the concept that the government should regulate every aspect of your life.

About David

David Tucker: Search Engine Optimization, Link Building Strategies, Off-Page SEO, Brand and Reputation Management Campaigns, Structural Analysis, and Analytics Consultant. Fighting the good fight against the search engines since InfoSeek and Alta Vista were the top Internet search portals. David has a strong background in technical, design, and hosting related issues. This provides RightNow clients with a layer of SEO that most organizations can not offer. In addition to SEO work, David has developed the RightNow online client reporting system, public website, email and auto-responder system, and the development + branding of the RightNow social media channels. When not working you can find David enjoying the outdoors in Maui, Hawaii

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  1. Krupke@yahoo.com' Kristen Malbaurn says

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