Has anyone else received Clickbooth's new rules regarding blogs and review sites? Here is part of what was in the email. We are now communicating this to all of our partners to continue to ensure that all publisher traffic generation methods are 100 percent compliant with regulations and not misleading to the consumer in any way. Clickbooth's senior director of compliance, Ziare Brown, has been pivotal in this entire process. This process entails more than a set of guidelines. We will also be auditing any blog and review sites via an ongoing audit process to ensure the full compliance of everyone in the partner relationship. We have now posted our initial guidelines and review process so other advertising and affiliate networks can follow our lead and ensure the compliance of their partners as well. They are available for review at hxxp://w3.clickbooth.c0m/compliance_review_guidelines.html. Please review these to ensure that your review site or blog site meets the standards we have set out. There is no margin for less than 100 percent compliance. That is our standard and that of the partners we will continue to work with. Here are a few points on their website: -Review websites must disclose review process and steps taken to ensure a fair review - Each such Publisher Website must contain a clearly worded disclaimer disclosing the fact that the proprietor of the Website has a commercial relationship whereby it receives compensation for referrals that result in sales of the product(s) featured on the Website -Links to products must have an asterisk leading to a disclaimer that discloses affiliations and compensation - Clickbooth will ensure Blog and Review websites comply with these guidelines by reserving the right to review each such Publisher Website randomly for compliance. At Clickbooth's request publisher must provide copy of Driver License or other form of Government ID of consumer depicted on website as well as confirm or authenticate facts stated on website. Publisher must respond satisfactorily within 5 business days of an audit or account will be terminated I wonder how many people will replace their ads with another network. From the sound of this you won't be able to cloak your links with them. What do you think?