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Stop Copyright !!!

by s_rowe / January 11, 2010 7:48 PM PST

Hey, Is there any way to stop ma site getting copyrighted. No one should be able to copy the content or images. Is this possible..
I tried to stop this site being duplicated. But I have no ways to do it,. Can you ????????

Thanks Buddy..

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No this is not possible
by Sovereign Forum moderator / January 11, 2010 10:08 PM PST
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You can prevent a basic copy/paste using JavaScript, but it's immediately rendered useless if the user turns of JavaScript. Most of the time if someone wants your content and its out there on the Internet, it's available to anyone and they can do anything. There is no effective protection from that. You could encrypt your source code, however that makes it much harder to maintain your Web site and users could still just take a screen shot of the images and use third party programs to copy the text.


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you can use websites like copyscape to find duplicate copies
by sbeena40 / April 13, 2010 9:40 PM PDT

and then report to their host under DMCA, that is something which takes times, but works

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