Last updated on January 2nd, 2014 at 07:06 am
You publish content on your website on a regular basis. There could be a chance that your content is being stolen. Internet is a big world how would you get to know who is stealing your content. Technology, yes technology when on the one hand helped the thief to steal your content at the same time on the other hand lets you know who stole your content. Hence use technology to your advantage and know who stole your content.
Taking any action against the thief or getting your content removed from where it is duplicated comes later first of all you need to find out that your content has been taken without your permission and decide whether it breaches the fair use copyright clause. You very well know how the internet world is getting flocked by a number of website every now and then making it tough to track down the stolen content however as we said before technology helps you do that easily. Let me tell you about a couple of ways to track down if your content is being stolen.
These were a few ways you can find if your content is being stolen however before you take any action you must double check and should have the sure confirmation that it comes under content theft. Before you send any email to the one who seems to steal your content or report it to Google, you must have a full understanding of the situation as sometime people can legally re-use parts of your content. Hence, you are requested to identify completely whether the person on the other side is allowed to use your content or not. However, nobody can use your content without your explicit permission unless and until their use of your content falls under ‘fair use’.
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