Links á la Mode TECH: COPYRIGHT Issues

Links á la Mode TECH: COPYRIGHT Issues

2011-03-30 14:27 | Comments: 0

Copying content from blogs without giving credit to the author(s) is, unfortunately, an emerging fraudulent behavior on the Web. Read in this issue of IFB TECH tips what a SPLOG is and what to do against copyright infringing blog scrapers.

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Hi, a splog is an abbreviation for spam blog and has the sole purpose to generate money in a fraudulent way, for instance by comment spamming, search engine manipulation, and by stealing the content of other blogs without permission nor credit.

On how to deal with this new type of Web scum, I would like to recommend you these two very informative and highly useful blog posts by Relatively Chic and The Taxonomy of My Wardrobe.

Finally, I want to add that I take copyright very seriously, and I do not condone the common practise, I have seen on so many legitimate blogs also, of copying images from around the Web without checking permission nor citing any source, whatsoever.

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Edited by Vyque of Fasshonaburu

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