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Should the PCI Guru allow for “Guest” Postings?

I am going to try out the WordPress PollDaddy feature to collect your thoughts on this topic.  I have had a number of requests lately asking for time to post to the PCI Guru blog on PCI topics.  These requests have come from individuals as well as security vendors.  I have some reservations, but I wanted to get the readership to respond on this topic.  So, let us try this out.  The poll will be open for one month.


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I do allow vendors to post potential solutions in response to issues that I bring up in posts. However, the PCI Guru does not endorse any specific products, so "Caveat Emptor" - let the buyer beware. Also, if I feel that the response is too "sales-ee", I reserve the right to edit or not even authorize the response.

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