Stealing from ezinearticles... how dangerous is it?

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  1. cooooookies

    cooooookies Senior Member

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    ... will they sue me if I mass steal articles from them... I am in europe

    Thanks,
    cooooookies
     
  2. MrsE

    MrsE BANNED BANNED

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    They would have to sue you, me, and 40,000 other people.....

    It would be a huuuuuuuggggeeeeee lawsuit... trust me :D

    Don't sweat it bud
     
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  3. superbspurs

    superbspurs Regular Member

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    Dont just steal them mate. Spin them using unique content maker, its somewhere on this forum. Also I steal articles all the time. Have blogs filled with content from ezine articles.
     
  4. cooooookies

    cooooookies Senior Member

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    I have my own synonimzer, but if the text should stay readable, the number of replacements has to be low. So, I am not sure, I could anyhow stay with the original text as copyscape detects me?
     
  5. shithappens

    shithappens Registered Member

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    No, they won't sue you, but you are better adding something to that content if you want to publish it yourself.

    Make the first paragraph by yourself, add a photo and a video, and spin a bit the article.
     
  6. zebrahat

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    Just sample the ezine content for your blog if you feel bad about it. Use the first paragraph, and add a no-follow link to the original. That should make it fall under fair use (especially if you add a line of commentary).
     
  7. blazen

    blazen Regular Member

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    How is it stealing if ezinearticles want and provide a way out in the open for visitors to republish the articles? :confused:
     
  8. partypills

    partypills Registered Member

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    just spin them well enough so that its not so that it cant be seen that its from ezine i think a change of over 70% is good
     
  9. omellete

    omellete Registered Member

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    yeah spinning em will not be dangerous!
     
  10. RamChaturvedi

    RamChaturvedi Supreme Member

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    but in spinning the grammar just goes away..i mean the sentence's are no more meaningful then...
     
  11. iglow

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    Blah what kind of topic is that. Answer is simple - STEAL. Theres way worse things in blackhat than taking article lol
     
  12. freller

    freller Regular Member

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    Taking articles from EzineArticles is pretty well what it's there for so how can you feel bad about it?

    If you're shaving off the resource boxes I know a lot of very anal article authors who just love hunting for those - best to spin if you're doing that a lot.
     
  13. kaene

    kaene Junior Member

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    i tried already many times to get the articles from ezinearticles, but i haven't success yet, they will ban your IP after some articles, you can use proxies and maybe it will work

    let me know if you find a way, please