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Copyright messages to try to fight scrapers and vultures
One easy way to ensure that your content remains your content is to add some kind of copyright statement on the copy, so that if someone borrows it for their own use, you could take legal action. I have taken this is a step further by embedding in many of my posts the following HTML code: This article is owned and written by Author: Me, all rights reserved. No part of any of the content of this article may be reproduced, distributed, modified, framed, cached, adapted or linked to, or made available in any form by any photographic, electronic, digital, mechanical, photostat, microfilm, xerography, mimeography, or other means, or incorporated into or used in any information storage and retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, without the prior written permission of Me. The added fun with that is that I put it in an HTML comment at the start of the document. You can do this by simply inserting: < ! --- This is my copyright notice, no copying without my permission you salacious