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Link journalism is a new idea that has gained steam in newsrooms. The term “link journalism” was coined by Scott Karp, chief executive officer of the Web-based newswire Publish2. Historically, many news organizations were reluctant to link to outside sites, believing that the goal was to keep users on their own site and earn more advertising revenue. However, link journalism is changing the way news organizations report and publish information.
To ensure that the Department of Labor’s website is compliant with the law, the agency should check whether any external links are related to the Department’s mission and policy. Links to government websites should be relevant, timely, and accurate. The Department of Labor has public websites that are monitored by the Office of Public Affairs. It is important that agencies follow these guidelines in order to protect the interests of their users. The Office of the Solicitor can provide guidance on how to avoid violations of these laws and to ensure that links to external Internet sites are not misleading.