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Masterfile Copyright Infringement Claims

Well, if you have ever used a Masterfile image on your website, and you do not have the proper license details, I would suggest you remove it immediately. MasterFile, a Canadian stock agency is on a raid to make some fast money out of innocent website owners. Usually, a business owner does not create his […]

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AP assault on Search Engines and Blogs

Associated Press is all frenzy at search engines and blogs who quote their content without proper licensing. The madness does not stop with blogs, websites or forums; it is even against search engines like Google. (more…)

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Digital Millennium Copyright Act

Digital Millennium Copyright Act is a United States copyright law which criminalizes any production or dissemination of technology, services and devices. Recently, Google has been spotted removing websites which have been filed under the DMCA as seen below. “In response to a complaint we received under the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act, we have removed […]

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What is Online Plagiarism? How to coupe with it? Plagiarism is a latin word meaning “Kidnapping”. Plagiarism is copying or stealing material or ideas from another website and publishing in their own website without proper acknowledgement. Plagiarism has become a growing and irresolvable issue recently due to the huge number of online content violations. Plagiarism […]

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