Protect your content from content theft

There are many good people who have created fabulous content and then shared it—for free—with the world. There are also some not-so-good people who feel they are entitled to call that content their own instead of giving credit to the original author, composer, photographer, Web designer, etc. To prevent this from happening to you in the future, you’ll want to read and act on Adam Connell’s “10 tools to help protect your blog from content theft.”

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