I was looking up my profile on Google earlier and came across my name under a site claiming that I wrote this article. I was going to click on the link, but under the link said "This site may harm your computer."
I have stopped here to ask, how do I find out if this site has stole my work, without harming my computer? The title of the link was Gabinet neurologepedyczny-mgr Teresa Morcinek-Bielsko-Biala
The link url is neurologopeda.bielsko.pl/boxapoint-puppies&page=3
If someone could help me I would appreciate it. Thanks!
I am using copy scape to find if there are any copies of my work on the internet. open http://www.copyscape.com and type the URL of your article and the website will list any identical copies of it. It even tells you the density of similarity between your article and other articles. Hope this helps.
Thank you, I will begin looking into this as soon as possible. I have been using HubDefender's protection site and having seen anything being copied yet, but just wanted to double check. Thanks again for your help.
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