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Using copyrighted material on my blog

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by joelb, Oct 1, 2008.

  1. joelb

    joelb Registered Member

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    Hey guys I am creating a tutorial blog and created an EBOOk section that I want to upload books like, "The Secret", "Think and Grow Rich", etc. If I upload it to rapidshare and not my own server, can I get away with that, or would I still get in trouble eventually? Who knows of a good way around this. Thanks
     
  2. Eglobalmoguls

    Eglobalmoguls Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Host it in china paying for you hosting with a VCC set up from jacking a wireless connection from somone elses wireless network. You should be Ok....

    What country are you in?
     
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  3. joelb

    joelb Registered Member

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    Im in the U.S.A. Is there a filesharing site hosted in china I can upload it to? These files will never be on my personal server, Im basically referring people to go elsewhere to download.
     
  4. Eglobalmoguls

    Eglobalmoguls Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Just use rapidshare de.
    Don't host you own shit though...

    Im in the U.S. and the laws sucks here... LOl
     
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  5. joelb

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    Ok that sounds like a plan, Im just trying to cover all bases. Thanks
     
  6. the_punisher

    the_punisher Power Member

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    i remember reading about 2 huge movie sites that did not host the movies themselves but directed people to other servers. I dont remember the urls, I read about them in my monthly computer mag.

    And they got sued by the movie companies for helping in the distribution of pirated content. Theyre now in debt and their site just shows that they got their asses sued and site is no more. Ill try to search for the urls
     
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    '...If the authorities really want to catch you, they can and will.

    You have to evaluate if the risk you take is worth it and that applies to everything in business even if 100% legitimate'.

    themagician