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Jul 27, 2016


Steve Johnson

I see no problem in sending a copy of an article (particularly an interview), to a company for comment before publication. For comment, not for editing or rewriting. If they want to suggest changes for accuracy, they should make just that; suggestions, preferably with supporting reasons. The writer can then incorporate valid suggestions and ignore everything else.

If a company attempts to do rewrites, there are progressively more emphatic ways of dissuading this: a) ask them not to; b) send them a PDF (slightly less easy to edit); c) send them a raster image (harder to edit); and d) don't send them anything.

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