Always there a Way .. to solve a problem in the world I Think .. never surrender and never give up to Stop Piracy Online COntent
When you publish something on the Internet, in any form, the content is copied from the Internet to the user's PC/iPad/etc. It might not feel like that's what is happening, but that's what's happening, every time, even for streaming video. If I can view it/listen to it online, then the content has been copied to me. Anything than can be copied legally can be copied illegally. That's the truth of the matter.
It's probably like trying to swim against a broken floodgate. But that doesn't mean we should sit back and let it happen.
Whenever I see a hub (usually a new user) trying to promote illegal downloads, I flag it. We writers need to support others who are getting ripped off, too, and our venue is a good place to spot them.
Some websites have found technological solutions to protect their contents against copying and printing. This means that piracy has become if not impossible, then much less likely.
It would be tough but enforcement of the law is the first step.
this may work out in the future since Google already gives a discounted ranking for repeated content
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by Cynthia Calhoun 5 years ago
As hubbers, we know that our content can and will be copied. We file DMCA complaints. We try to use CopyScape. We try to sign up for Google alerts.Is there any other way to help protect our content BEFORE it happens, rather than suffering the after-effects of losing Google traffic and having...
by Dan Robbins 4 years ago
On a site call "Rewarder" I found the text from a Hub of mine just copied and pasted in as an answer with no link...does this qualify as infringement since it's being used as an answer on one of these types of sites or is this a different beast? It does say at the beginning "by...
by Debra Allen 9 years ago
DUPLICATE: Our system has detected a high number of duplicates of this Hub's content on the Web. [learn more]
by Brandon Lobo 6 years ago
Hi everyone, first of all I'm placing this in the Hangout rather than help section as I want the opinion of other hubbers and not a help as such.I just checked my traffic sources and it shows as 1 view today from freearticle.co Over the past week 10 from it and overall 15. Do u think a hub was...
by Nathan Bernardo 3 years ago
Google has introduced The Scraper Report. It allows you to easily report copied content that is outranking the original. Check it out: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Pw1KVO … Y/viewform
by Shirley Anderson 9 years ago
After me saying this afternoon that no one has stolen my work for online purposes, it happened. I noticed this evening that a copy of one of my hubs is in a forum called Spot25. Some guy by the name of Eric posted it in its entirety and put a line at the bottom saying the article came...
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