Copyright | Finding the Rip-Off Artists

How to Find the Story Thieves

Site scrapers, plagiarists, “article spinners”…none of them are entitled to your hard work, unless you sell or license your words to them

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After I wrote my previous story, I realized that I had glossed over an important point, and…

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Writer and Kid-at-Heart, often found at https://jahangiri.us. Subscribe to my (free!) Newsletter: https://hollyjahangiri.substack.com

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