Well it happened again, another article stolen right from my website. No return links or credit given to the proper person, me. These thieves want you to believe they wrote the article. Don’t get me wrong, I’m honored that they like my writing. It is really easy to put a text link back to the authors site and give credit to the correct person.
This is a comment from my post on October 31st 2008, I call it Stealing. “Danny. it is plagiarism which is just a wimp stealing stuff s/he isn’t smart enough to write him/herself. Embarrassing!! But, an ironic compliment to you (And I used my bestest English to say that).”
With that in mind, most of us bloggers work our asses off writing this stuff. Generally we get paid next to nothing or nothing for this passion. However it takes a lot of time and research to write good articles. And that makes it all the worse.
I don’t believe in injustice. I was not raised to be a thief. It is the principle of it. I bet it is some network site being used to build rankings. Who ever it is has made me angry.
I’m done emoting about this. I have investigated this issue and I know this has happened to every one of my friends and lots of people I don’t know who have blogs. In fact it seems to be the trend to steal quality content for one’s own gain. Woops, emotion!
Anyway I believe I have found the correct way to handle this problem legally.. When this issue is corrected, I will pass it on in detail. I’ll say this, it is a lot more work to handle copyright infringement than to steal articles. I’m very tenacious, and you can bet that Guitar Players Center will pursue all thefts to the Nth degree.
Thanks to all who read my blogs. Keep reading, this won’t stop me from sharing my infinite wisdom with you!