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Now this is curious... looks familiar eh?

Posted on Friday, March 20 2015 @ 09:56:46 CET by

It has come to our attention that several tech sites are shamelessly stealing our content without providing any credit.

Without a doubt, the single biggest offender is Guru3D, often this website doesn't even bother to rewrite our blurbs and presents DV Hardware's writing as their own after doing little more than a copying & pasting job. What bothers me the most is there are people on forums thinking I'm doing the stealing, while it's the other way around!

Here are two recent examples but I can assure you these are not isolated cases and that this has been going on for YEARS. Here's our take on upgrading to Windows 10 not making pirated copies legit:

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And here's how Guru3D presents it after chopping up our article, without providing credit to anyone.

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Here's our take on Star Citizen being huge:

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And this is what comes out of the other site, once again I'm shocked to find my own writing embedded in the article without any linkback nor credits.

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And what about this... from 2013? Here they didn't even bother to change a single word.

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Is it so hard to provide credit and a linkback to the original source when you write an article?



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