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After attending BlogPaws, Kimberly Gauthier decided to become more active in dog
rescue. She wanted to share information on how to identify puppy mills,
find reputable breeds, and most of all, she wanted to encourage active
participation in rescue (donations of money and time, help sharing
images of adoptable pets, donating unused materials, etc). Yet she is now experiencing the backlash of promoting rescue and all kinds
of questions are being raised. One being – when someone comments and
their sharing an opinion of another person, when do we disallow the
Over the past 24 hours, I've found at least 4 different blogs/websites
that have blatantly stolen my blog content. I mean, copied and pasted
every single word and posted it on their site and claimed it as their
own – including photographs! One site posted my exact content and photos
and then was kind enough (haha) to link back to my blog, but
still… Of course, the posts in question are my most popular posts.
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I am appalled that anypuggy would completely lift a post then claim it as their own.
What recourse does a blogger have? How do you find these cheaters?