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7/16/2007 5:18 AM
 

DNN bloggers should be aware that  nminhkha [dot] blogspot [dot] com is copying your blog posts without permission or even attribution.

These stolen blog posts are surrounded by adsense blocks, so whomever this is, they are making money of other peoples work.

I recognise posts that were written by:

- Myself
- Engage Modules
- Chris Hammond
- Scott Willhite
- Steve Fabian
- Will Morgenweck
- Shaun Walker
- Joe Brinkman
... and so on

Those who have had content copied may wish to do what I have done and complain to adsense-support@google.com.  Another useful resource is at http://www.google.com/adsense_dmca.html


Regards,

JK.


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7/16/2007 9:56 PM
 

Hi all,

This is my blog. I want to store my favorite topic in DNN blog. And I think, this for only me. Because, I don't send it to any one. But I forgot Google Search. I don't want to making money with it.

Google Adsence accept my account on 14/07/2007. And I want to test (post-manage) it in my blog. I will remove Google Adsence soon, So sorry about that.

 
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7/17/2007 2:21 AM
 

nminhka,

if you re-post entries, you should

  • ask the original author
  • add the authors name and a link to his blog to ever post

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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7/17/2007 3:07 AM
 

leupold wrote

nminhka,

if you re-post entries, you should

  • ask the original author
  • add the authors name and a link to his blog to ever post

Thank to all

It is a valuable experience for me. I hope you forgive me.

Thank again

 
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7/17/2007 8:23 AM
 

I've seen the same blog entries that are in question on his site on at least 5 other blogs as well. Unfortunately, there is no reference of the orginal author or site on any of them and it makes it appear as it is somehow "their" authored content.

 
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