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    blogging legal req

    hello everyone. I like to know about the legal requirements of blogging. How can you ensure that you don't blog copyrighted material. Are there any tools out there that can guarantee uniqueness of my blog?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coykiesaol View Post
    How can you ensure that you don't blog copyrighted material.
    that's easy -- don't blog anything that you did not write yourself

    simple, innit

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    Quote Originally Posted by r937 View Post
    that's easy -- don't blog anything that you did not write yourself

    simple, innit


    Hi r937, you slammed the high ball

    The other possibility is outsourcing, if someone don't have a little talent to writing. Let others to write for you.

    Copy - paste someone else's work isn't 'writing' and will cause serious (and avoidable) problems to you.

    All the best,

    Sandor

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    And if you have ordered text from a writer then you can search for one or two sentences what he delivered to check if he hasn't just copied the text from somewhere else

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    Quote Originally Posted by theentry View Post
    And if you have ordered text from a writer then you can search for one or two sentences what he delivered to check if he hasn't just copied the text from somewhere else
    Or you just use copyscape for that.


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