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SK> Liability is definitely a problem. However, writers in the US
SK> are typically
SK> protected if the company has an approved review policy and the
SK> writer has followed it.
This holds true, even over here. But look at my footer: I am a free-lancer and
should protect myself. If my customer has people who know what a manual is, I
should be protected. But that is not always the case.