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|1161:|| Stolen Content: What To Do First|
Primer for dealing with copied sites and stolen content
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Dec 22, 2003|
|1162:|| What To Do When You Have Content Copied|
Starting steps to take when your content is copied and placed on another site.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Dec 22, 2003|
|1163:|| Keeping Your Content Unique||Content, Writing and Copyright||Jan 12, 2004|
|1164:|| Using Public Domain Works|
Resources for determining when works are in the public domain and can be used freely.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Mar 21, 2004|
|1165:|| A suggestion about copyright questions|
Answers the often-asked question, "Is it OK to copy this?"
|Content, Writing and Copyright||May 11, 2004|
|1166:|| PageJacking Nightmares Move To Ebay|
As if simple pagejacking and so called "Caching" were not enough for webmasters to worry about, here comes the Ebay slice it, dice it, and sell it crowd.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||May 24, 2004|
|1167:|| Rhyming Copy Perceived as More Authoritative|
We all know how easy it is to remember words that rhyme - but this study says that people also feel rhyming copy is more authoritative.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||June 16, 2004|
|1168:|| Guerrilla Republishing In the Face of Unusable WebSites|
"some web designers are taking matters into their own hands and 'fixing' websites whose designs are terrible or aren't accessible to handicapped users. These renegade designers redesign the site and host the improved version on their own server."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||July 20, 2004|
|1169:|| What Should The Copyright notice on UK Website Be?|
"... a lot of websites offering copyright notice "templates", but these all seem to cover US copyright. Are there any similar services for the UK?"
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Nov 25, 2004|
|1170:|| Copyrights on Contributed Content|
Simple question with a can-o-worms for an answer.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Jan 4, 2005|
|1171:|| Liability Issues Return Concerning Online Posts|
"...a libel lawsuit against a business professor who posted a student's essay to the web to start a discussion. The problem was that the essay detailed the story from one of his students talking about how a company, Ben-Tech, had allegedly pushed him to take confidential materials from Siemens, where he was employed at the time. While posting the paper to the internet was mainly for class discussion only, Google found it, and that helped Ben-Tech find it, and decide that it was libelous."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Jan 25, 2005|
|1172:|| Automatic Geo Language-Delivery||Content, Writing and Copyright||Feb 11, 2005|
|1173:|| BBC Opens up Content|
The BBC is giving web developers and designers outside of the organisation access to its content so that they can "create cool new things"
|Content, Writing and Copyright||May 13, 2005|
|1174:|| Evergreen Content is Always Fresh and Somewhat Timeless|
"Evergreen: Like the name it's "always fresh". It's somewhat timeless. Like great truths, evergreen content has staying power..."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||July 19, 2005|
|1175:|| Copyright Issues|
Answers regarding copyright questions that are asked frequently.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Sept 5, 2005|
|1176:|| Editing Press Releases|
A guide to making press releases work for you and your company.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Nov 6, 2005|
|1177:|| Editing Press Releases - A Beginner's Guide|
How to craft a press release that the media will actually read and that will let your key marketing points get noticed.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Nov 7, 2005|
|1178:|| Unique Articles: How to Work Out What to Charge?|
"What is the going rate for a 1000 word article in a lower-profile sport? Should I allow one site exclusive access, or simply allow both sites to use the articles provided I get full credit, copyright and a link back to my site?"
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Nov 9, 2005|
|1179:|| WebmasterWorld Classic: Copyright Issues|
"Ten threads dealing with copyright issues. Questions, answers and advice."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Nov 24, 2005|
|1180:|| How to Brief a Content Writer|
"Do I just give her the general topic of a website (say a product) and say, right, you research it and write everything about it and then tweak the content with pre-selling messages? Do you do the research first and tell them exactly what topical pages to write?"
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Nov 25, 2005|
|1181:|| HarperCollins Will Begin Digitizing Books|
"The move comes as the U.S. publishing industry is bringing lawsuits against Web search leader Google over its effort to scan copyrighted books in libraries--a move the industry fears would set a dangerous copyright precedent."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Dec 13, 2005|
|1182:|| Nominet Wins Data Mining Whois Scraper Case|
"It was copyright infringement on a large scale...Nominet has been awarded damages for copyright infringement of AUS$810,953"
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Jan 5, 2006|
|1183:|| Judgment in Internet Advertising Copyright Infringement Suit|
"LowerMyBills.com...today announced it obtained a court judgment in its copyright infringement lawsuit against NexTag..."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Jan 24, 2006|
|1184:|| Web Readibility for Long Pages|
Fonts, line height, content width -- it all matters. Here our members share their knowledge on how to make a long content page readable.
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Feb 3, 2006|
|1185:|| WSJ's professional journalists opinion on "Original Content"|
"My beef, actually, is with the search engines and the economics of the modern Web. Google, for example, says its mission is "to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful." The way that's written, one thinks perhaps of a satellite orbiting high above the earth, capturing all its information but interfering with nothing. In fact, search engines are more like a TV camera crew let loose in the middle of a crowd of rowdy fans after a game. Seeing the camera, everyone acts boorishly and jostles to get in front. The act of observing something changes it."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Mar 3, 2006|
|1186:|| Review Site Concerns|
How Serious Are Libel Considerations?
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Mar 30, 2006|
|1187:|| A good way to fix those typos|
"My right hand works quicker than my left, so I get letters the wrong way round and I have a penchant for capitalizing words for no good reason in the middle of a sentence."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Apr 3, 2006|
|1188:|| Congress eyes broad new digital copyright bill|
"A proposed copyright law seen by CNET News.com would expand the DMCA's restrictions on software that can bypass copy protections and grant federal police more wiretapping and enforcement powers."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Apr 24, 2006|
|1189:|| Court Says 'No' to Apple, Upholds Confidentiality Law for Web Journalists|
NY Times: "A California appeals court ruled Friday that online reporters are protected by the same confidentiality laws that protect traditional journalists, striking a blow to efforts by Apple Computer to identify people who leaked confidential company data..."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||May 28, 2006|
|1190:|| Creative Commons comes to Microsoft Office|
"Microsoft and the Creative Commons on Wednesday plan to release a free tool that will let people attach a Creative Commons copyright license to Microsoft Office documents."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||June 22, 2006|
|1191:|| YouTube Sued Over Copyright Infringement|
"A journalist and well-known helicopter pilot in Los Angeles has filed suit against video-sharing site YouTube, claiming that it encouraged users to violate copyright law."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||July 19, 2006|
|1192:|| Tips For Writing Short Articles For The Web|
"How do you manage to write short articles. What kind of technique do you use?"
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Aug 24, 2006|
|1193:|| Microsoft's Digital Rights Management (DRM) Cracked|
"... have created a program that circumvents Microsoft's Digital Rights Management System (DRM)."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Aug 29, 2006|
|1194:|| Content Is King|
"Everyone agrees that content is king, but what exactly constitutes good content?"
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Sept 7, 2006|
|1195:|| Arthur Schiff Dies - Copywriter Behind Ginsu Knives|
"It slices bread so thin, your relatives will never come back! 'But Wait! There's More!'"
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Sept 9, 2006|
|1196:|| Universal Music Threatens MySpace, YouTube|
Universal Music CEO: "We believe these new businesses are copyright infringers and owe us tens of millions of dollars..."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Sept 15, 2006|
|1197:|| YouTube and Warner in a Landmark Deal|
"Videos by Warner's artists can be used in return for a slice of advertising revenue. The agreement also covers the use of material in homemade videos, which form a large part of YouTube's content."
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Sept 20, 2006|
|1198:|| Tips For Easing 5Mb PDF eBook File Downloads|
"Visitors had started downloading but either given up or been unable to download the files. How can I make the experience more successful for visitors?"
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Sept 21, 2006|
|1199:|| Publishers Aim For Some Control Of Search Results|
"Global publishers, fearing that Web search engines such as Google Inc. are encroaching on their ability to generate revenue, plan to launch an automated system for granting permission on how to use their content. "
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Sept 22, 2006|
|1200:|| Publishers Find Technology Agreement With Search Engines|
"The World Association of Newspapers, European Publishers Council, International Publishers Association and European Newspaper Publishers' Association are backing ACAP (Automated Content Access Protocol), an automated system that allows online publishers to provide information about access to and use of their content. The information is provided in a form that can be recognised and interpreted by search engine crawlers and details the terms under which content can be used. "
|Content, Writing and Copyright||Sept 26, 2006|