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Read this page carefully - I have tried to avoid legalese and have tried to be as brief as possible.
All this should really be common-sense, but apparently it is not so common these days.
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I have tried to disclose any conflicts of interest wherever applicable (for example, when I review a book about a current or past employer) and I try to be as objective as possible in such cases.
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In particular, I am required to display this notice by the Amazon.com Associates Program Operating Agreement:
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In other words, do not trust a random dude on the Internet - do your own due diligence before taking any action.