• What Every Business Owner and Individual Should Know About Preventing Their Work from Being Copied Online

    21 Apr 2014 Stephen C. Biggs Comments Off on What Every Business Owner and Individual Should Know About Preventing Their Work from Being Copied Online

    Imagine you are a business owner who spent countless hours drafting, designing, and finalizing the content, layout, and text of a brochure, website, or blog for your business. You are proud of your work and confident it will help you generate new leads and impress current customers. Or imagine you are a photographer who took a visually stunning photograph of a sunset, or a writer who just completed the final draft of an enthralling short story. You, too, are proud of your work and the time, skill, and effort you put into creating it. Now imagine that you, as the creator of one of these works, discover someone else has copied or posted your work on the Internet without your permission, perhaps even claiming your work as their own. You are understandably angry and frustrated. But what do you do to get the unauthorized copy of your work removed from the Internet?

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