Article Subject rights

by Lisa Card

I am writing an article about a nonprofit group. Now they want to edit and review my article before it is published. Do I have to let them do this?

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Jul 01, 2015

by: Mary

No. You do not have to let the subject edit or even review the article unless you are writing it for their publication. In fact, this is something to avoid if at all possible, because it skews the article.

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