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About stealing other people's "un-enthical guides" and selling them?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by CaptRU, Jan 16, 2010.

  1. CaptRU

    CaptRU Registered Member

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    I was wondering about this yesterday. I mean nothing is going to come of it realistically. What is the real "owner" going to do - sue you and take you to court? To be honest a lot of these guides teach stuff that is against TOS usually so wouldn't they be shooting themselves in the foot?
     
  2. CaptRU

    CaptRU Registered Member

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    please there is whole section on this forum where we are stealing other people's stuff lol
     
  3. varundbest

    varundbest Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Well i guess u copied whole do not request list!
     
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    lexmark Junior Member

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    what is the point of this post??? really!!

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  5. srb888

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    Stealing? What's that? :D

    To be honest, most (most, I said) of these ebooks are real craps. To give an example, I bought one ebook from WF today for $27 (big money for me) which turned out to be a total crap. If that author has the guts to sell craps then it's better to get those books "free" and save money. I also bought a software (ScrapeBox) today from our own member here, and I am very happy to have spent well on a really good thing. So that evens out in the end. And no, I am not going to ask for a refund on that WF crap ebook. That author made some money from an 'idiot' - me! :) To this idiot, it's a lesson of some sort!

    So, this is life! Every online / offline business survives on BH + WH methods. Do you think Big G and the once very big MS, for example, are doing 100% ethical business?
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    Legal retribution from the authors is not likely, however if you do well enough the potential mark (google/cl/ebay/whoever/customers) of the material may get angry enough to go after you. Despite this, it might be difficult for you to sell these materials if you get banned and ostracized by the communities from which you gather them.