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And that if you read this Code of Conduct announcement closely, you might wonder if it has any teeth.
joined:Dec 7, 2002
Teeth are no good if you're not willing to use them.Exactly! I am wondering how much "teeth" this really has. Is it as enforcable as Terms of Service Agreements? Is it enforceable in a court of law? If a scumware using company decided not to comply with the code of conduct, and Commission Junction (CJ), for example, decided to terminate them, could the scumware using company sue CJ for breach of it's own original terms of service agreement? I dunno.
The type of paper doesn't matter, code or contract. It's willingness to act and enforce that really matters.