Success by lying, stealing and lawbreaking:

Posted by Michael Hartzell on Wed, Apr 17, 2013

Since August 2012, scrapes content off the web, copies and pastes the content into their blog and goes so far as to claim it as their own.  Most commonly the website uses content from  The interesting twist is how they change a word here and there to make the slightest of changes on occasion.  Many of the titles and content remain the same.

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Tags: Online Marketing, Legal, Copyright

Creative Commons - Pseudonymity and Anonymity for Internet Marketing

Posted by Michael Hartzell on Sat, Jul 02, 2011

Websites, social media and the Internet feed psuedonymity and anonymity while claiming "copyright" to their content.  It is simple enough to give yourself a fake name.  Even under a fake name you can own the copyright to content.  Your Twitter name can be a meme, mantra or brand.  Your eBay name can reflect the product you sell.  No one needs to know your real identity.  Even a website which has photos, videos and content can be fake, fake, fake.  The more technical term is that the website owner could have "psuedonymity and/or anonymity".

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Tags: ebook, Internet Marketing, Legal, Copyright