The Astronomical Ascent of Bitcoin

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  1. hostage says:

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    My blog has a lot of complеtely unique content I’ve either created myself or
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    1. admin says:

      Hi there,

      Thanks for getting in touch.

      You ask the age-old question, in terms of how the internet gives people the view that all is free to take in this world. I have resigned myself to the inevitability of seeing my content rehashed and re-used elsewhere, to be honest. Some of my own stories are simply re-writes of articles I’ve read that I have given my own take on, with some additional research done to embellish and improve upon it.

      I see this as no different to how newspapers and news outlets more generally function, but if the text is entirely of your own thinking and research, it does leave a bad taste in the mouth when you see it used by someone else, and with no reference or thanks to the original author.

      It’s a tough one, but shouldn’t put us off, I guess. Just date-stamp your articles, so that your more discerning readers can assess for themselves who created what and first. If you find clear, word-for-word use of your content, then there are avenues to go down to punish such behaviour, but re-writes are inevitable if the content is good enough. Write with the best grammar and use of English, so that you always stand out above the rest – If you write really well, with varied, clever and quality language, it (in my mind) will make it harder for anybody to copy without making it sound of lesser quality.

      Hope that helps.



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