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What happens when you steal content from Worldette?
You will only be given one warning. If It is unheeded, the editor will proceed to the following steps after gathering definite proof of your copyright violation:
We will report this copyright violation to your web hosting company and attempt to get all your websites suspended.
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We will report your website as spam to all the search engines in order for you to be blacklisted. This will destroy your search rankings.
We will let every social network or forum you are a member of know that you are a content thief. Say goodbye to your reputation.
While the editor understands and supports the concept of fair use, the editor reserves all rights to content on www.worldette.com. Articles here are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
Please respect the copyright regulations listed. Ask for the correct permissions and chances are the editor will approve use of content from Worldette. Play nice and we’ll be nice.