Bloggers should be sued for Plagiarism by SIR A-ONE


Anyone can be sue(d) for plagiarism. But, this article’s arrow is on bloggers who steal contents to post on their websites.

I know it is hard to reach some articles owners before they are published. But you can publish and leave it with the copyright owner’s name on it.
When you remove his/her name, then you’re a criminal and should face the law.

Some bloggers are just too lazy.
They keep posting only stolen contents on their blogs.

 

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Reposting is different from Plagiarism
As a blogger, if you see an article you fall in love with published by someone and you cannot reach the person, republish it on your website and link up that site that housed that post. Or publish it the exact way it appear with the name of the author.

You cannot steal originality
Some bloggers felt stealing people’s work to publish on their sites make them original. Not at all.
There are websites that cannot even pass plagiarism check in 60%. Too bad.

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Some bloggers have not even written or craft anything to publish with their names. They indulge in stealing people’s intellectual properties.
They steal carelessly like Nigerian politicians without remorse.

News theft
Some bloggers are crazily stupid. Permit me to use that word.
They (bloggers) steal news contents carelessly even without inserting SOURCE or linking that website up. Too bad.

 

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Sue that thief today!
Sue that plagiarist!
Sue that lazy blogger!
Sue that copycat!

© SIR A-ONE

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