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Some things to keep in mind when adding sources:
- Independence criteria: Links should be
from an independent source, not backed/funded by, or aligned to any
government, large npo/think tank/corporation/religion etc. We might
relax this a bit if it's really unique and interesting, but not
much. (excluding policestatenews)
- MUST NOT encourage violence: Any
source found to be advocating violence or violent crime will be
- NO 'cash for comment' articles/paid
links: Warning! If you manage to insert a misleading or
unethical promotion in to the Indywatch archives, you are quite
likely to receive a severe unnatural link penalty against your
website/product and beg us to remove it, which we won't. If an
Indywatch link causes any sort of unnatural penalty and it is not
related to deceptive marketing, please notify Google and drop a
note about it here.
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