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Blogspot/Google Should NOT Protect Copyright Thieves

Posted on Thursday, July 19 2007 @ 07:21:11 CEST by


Plagiarism and copyright infringement have always been a problem for writers all over the world. The Internet only made it easier, and more profitable. Unfortunately, Blogspot and Google are not only aware of this problem, they seem to be throwing obstacles in the path of those who seek justice. Why can't they think about protecting the real authors, instead of their bloggers? Where's the corporate responsibility and leadership we have come to expect from Google?
"Ever since blogging became the in-thing, everyone we know has jumped on the bandwagon at some time in time. What makes blogging even more attractive is the fact that you can make a lot of money just by tacking on some Google AdSense tags. Of course, you will have to attract people to your blog. If they like what they read, they will help support your efforts by clicking on those ads."
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