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Re: getting ahead of copycats
From Barry Getty on 01 May '98
adding to Re: getting ahead of copycats posted by Max

Whilst being a nice and very moral answer - it doesn't answer the question at hand.

I have seen it done on other sites - so there must be some way of hiding the source for a page. Does anyone know how to do this?

>>This is a little off-topic, but I'm trying to
>>promote my site because people are copying my
>>content from it

>I hate to rain on your parade, but you are copying your content from
>others without thinking anything of it, and are as guilty as the persons
>you are complaining about:
> There's a problem with posting lyrics - they are the creation of
>the songwriter, and it's violating their copyright by publishing them
>without their permission. You don't even give them credit, so I doubt if
>you asked if it was OK to publish them on your web page. The major lyrics
>sites on the net got shut down because of that issue.
>The English translations, if your work, are not a violation.
> The photo either belongs to the Houston Chronicle OR to the photographer
>who took it. Have you asked for permission to use it?


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