Watchdogs: Q & A
Q: What is Watchdogs?
A: Watchdogs and Watchdogsblog.com is an independent media project created by a non-profit organization ICEA (International Cultural and Educational Association); it is designed to promote free speech and cultivate pluralism of opinions. The mission of Watchdogs is “Watching those with power”.
Q: Why there are no ads on Watchdogs?
A: Watchdogs was designed to have no ads. Its non-profit nature provides a pleasing environment and appearance to users who are more focused on information integrity and freedom of speech.
Q: Who are Watchdogs?
A: There are original watchdogs: Oksana, Lili, Fila, Larisa and Lena. And there are Watchdogs who join in on occasion. These are many.
A: What is that black and white logo?
Q: The black and white logo is designed to portray the multiple meaning of the word “watchdogs” and the duality of its spirit. The outline is the face of Fila, the watchdog of the canine kingdom. He had become the inspiration for the watchdogs in its original form.
Q: Who can write for Watchdogs?
A: Anyone who posses the spirit of watchdogs and takes the effort.
Q: Is the content on Watchdogs free?
A: It is free to read and use for educational, noncommercial use. It is not free to print or republish in commercial publications. Syndication of content for any commercial publication, including online, is available for a small monthly fee. Please click subscribe. After you complete the subscription you are free to republish any content on Watchdogs.