Insurance Company Gives Customers Terrible Advice About Online Rights and Responsibilities

by Paul Alan Levy

Considering that many homeowners' insurance policies include rudimentary libel coverage, it makes sense for insurance companies to republish articles telling customers about what the law allows, and what sorts of comments are most likely to lead to litigation and liability.  The Hartford, however, has really put its foot in it by publishing a piece full of bad advice and, indeed, incorrect facts about other cases, as discussed in this article over at Techdirt.

UPDATE: It appears that the criticized article has been removed from The Hartford's site.

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