Thursday, September 06, 2012

Righthaven DMCA LinkWithin

As a blogger, I have learned a lot in the past year about protecting content and copyright on the Internet. Oddly enough, although one can be smacked out of nowhere by an innocent line-up of events, a former Righthaven official tells ABA Journal that keeping one's digital intellectual property sacred is perplexingly more difficult than one would imagine!

Need IMAGES to spiff up your blog posts? I create original images (after a couple of brushes with the copyright cops) but if you'd rather save time you can purchase stock photos for a modest amount - See Nile's Blog 4 Details!

Please join me in welcoming "LinkWithin" back to this blog - it went away in January when I performed a much-needed template update. I brought it back to specifically assist me in refining my own content!

With nearly 6000 posts to keep track of, I'm using LinkWithin to conduct an ongoing internal "edit and scrub" operation, targeting any content that may possibly be attractive to the copyright police. I'm adding or switching images with an eye toward enhancing SEO while checking links and offering hotlinks to any photographs where "ownership of content" issues could cause problems.

Will LinkWithin stay on the blog this time around? Maybe - in the past three days since I brought it back I've seen it behave oddly at times, so don't be surprised if "now you see it, now you don't."
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3 comments:

  1. Dave- I use myfreecopyright, copyscape, and copygator. Widgets from them are displayed on the page. I don't know if they work, but they are supposed to be watching and catching/notifying if copying. No notification yet (?) so who knows.

    Didn't know you could us "LinkWithin" to track em', good to know!

    btw I linked to you on my retitling of today's post, Thanks!

    PLU from SSF

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  2. Nice to hear from you Don!
    Thanks for weighing in... I'm off to your blog now to check it out!

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  3. Hey Don! Cute grandkid! Couldn't leave you a comment - DISQUS stuck on buffering or reloading or whatever it is it does...
    Dave

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