The exponential rise of blogs over the last eight years has led to the launch of a new type of liability insurance for bloggers. Supporters of this form of coverage note that bloggers are increasingly facing threats of libel and defamation lawsuits, copyright infringement claims, and charges of invasion of privacy. Currently, a very small number of insurers in the United States and Canada offer this type of insurance. Based on news reports, premiums for some insurers generally range from $500 to $2,500 depending on the risk factors for coverage up to $100,000 per claim. For example, bloggers writing about government or certain types of industries will pay a higher premium than those bloggers ruminating about more benign topics. Time will tell if more insurers will begin considering online blogs an attractive risk and whether bloggers themselves will seek coverage.