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Compliance CUNA adds RSS Feed to CompBlog
WASHINGTON (6/28/11)--The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) has added an RSS feed to its new compliance blog, CompBlog. RSS, which stands for “really simple syndication,” is a format used to syndicate--or “feed”-- content automatically. CUNA’s CompBlog users will need a “RSS reader” or “feed aggregator,” such as Google Reader, to access the feed. Then RSS subscribers will automatically receive the blog’s updates without having to check the webpage every day. Use the first resource link below to visit CUNA’s CompBlog and click “CompBlog RSS” in the right-hand column of the page. Then just click on “subscribe” and save the feed in your Internet browser. CUNA's CompBlog combines the information that credit union compliance professionals have relied on for years in CUNA's Compliance Challenge with content previously found in its popular "What's New in Compliance"--and serves it up in a timely delivery format. CUNA launched CompBlog on June 20. CompBlog readers can send comments and questions to CUNA's compliance department via the blog, and keep the conversation going with their peers on COBWEB, CUNA's popular compliance listserv. Readers with an idea for a post or a question should contact CUNA’s compliance team at cucomply@cuna.com.


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