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CopyScape – Keeping your Content Secure from Plagiarists

CopySafe is an internet infringement Protection tool that helps you to find out of people are stealing your blog’s content. I’ve accidentally stumbled upon a number of sites recently that have copied and pasted articles that I’d written word for word (and link for link) from one of my blogs onto another blog. On every occasion so far it only took an email to the relevant blogmaster for them to remove it (with the threat of further action) but I’ve often wondered how many other articles I’ve written have been stolen. Now with CopySafe I can find out. All it takes is for you to add the URL of the post from your blog and it will suggest possible plagiarism infringements.

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Comments

  1. suzie says:

    Thanks for this great tool… I’ve already found someone who copied my site! Should be very useful for all my posts.

    BTW, the name of the service appears to be ‘Copyscape’, not ‘Copysafe’.

    - Suzie

  2. Brian King says:

    I might be being a little picky, but in the body you incorrectly refer to “CopyScape” as “CopySafe”, which its not!

  3. Tutorial NET says:

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  4. sikiş says:

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