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Freelance rewriters problem???

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by godzila1, Dec 9, 2008.

  1. godzila1

    godzila1 Newbie

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    Does rewriting PLR articles has any legal (copyright) issues?
    I want to know because I want to rewrite PLR and make it unique (passes several tests like copyscape and dupefree and then sell them).
    I don`t think that passing these tests will make the whole thing ok.
    I want your opinion on these please.Take care:)
     
  2. blackhit

    blackhit Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    With 99% of all PLR articles you´re free to do with it whatever you like.
    That´s the whole meaning of PLR.

    That´s also the reason why they are so popular among webmasters to use as content for their sites.

    In most cases there´s a licence with the articles.
    If you check that you´ll see that everything is allowed with them.
     
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    dunlet Newbie

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    the PLR should still be rewritin, right?
    So your site dosn't have duplicated content.
     
  4. godzila1

    godzila1 Newbie

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    I understand that but if output article has similar ideas or similar context with someone else reputed writer you can get sued or de-indexed. How can you get protection about this kind of stuff. I know that the chances are very little but there is still a chance getting punished.
    Thanks for the replies, love to hear someone else opinion about this. Thank you