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Autoblogs and DCMA

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by dynamicvb, Apr 22, 2009.

  1. dynamicvb

    dynamicvb Regular Member

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    I got a DCMA warning from one of the companies whose feed I was pulling for an autoblog. Should I reply or just remove the posts and ignore the email.
     
  2. minute80

    minute80 Regular Member

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    It depends on your situation. Probably the safest thing to do is to remove their posts (I am assuming since that they don't represent substantial portion of your posts). If you have taken care of your identity hiding (hidden domain registration, etc), then just ignore them, or move to offshore.
     
  3. shm03

    shm03 Regular Member

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    Just remove the posts, people liek that will report your site to your hosting provider and stuff like that. Just remove it and move on. What does it do to you nothing. What do you risk getting burnt.
     
  4. dynamicvb

    dynamicvb Regular Member

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    I just emailed them back and told them I was just doing some testing and removed the posts. Everything is cool with it
     
  5. chrismccoy

    chrismccoy Newbie

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    edit the post without deleting it, and put some ad in its place